If the turkey is completely thawed, I would use 18.5 minutes per pound as a guide. For a 13 pound turkey, this means about 4 hours. I would also monitor with a meat thermometer in the thickest area of the thigh. When the temperature gets to 185 degrees the turkey should be done. If you are stuffing your turkey, I would add another 5 minutes per pound to account for the stuffing. I like stuffed turkey because the stuffing has a really nice smoked flavor when cooked in the Weber. I would keep the vent on the top half open while cooking. Add new charcoal about every 45-60 minutes. You will love a Weber-cooked turkey.
If the temperature under the hood is hot enough (325°F to 350°F), grilling a 12 to 14 pound turkey should take approximately 4 hours. If your grill does not have a thermometer, an oven thermometer can be used. Cooking time may vary depending on temperature of the fire, wind and outdoor air temperature.
by Peeples 2 years ago
Does stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey?So it's my first Thanksgiving cooking the turkey. Does the stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey, or do I just get it moist with the butter and onions before putting it in?
by ElleBee 5 years ago
How do you cook your Thanksgiving day turkey?Do you grill? Keep it simple in the oven? Deep fry? Throw on some cajun spice? Have something more creative than what I already mentioned? I'm curious!
by Xenonlit 5 years ago
If you cook your stuffing in the turkey, what are your strategies for keeping it safe?There is a great difference between cooking stuffing in the bird and baking it separately. The flavors and juices from the turkey or chicken add extra flavor and the spices and herbs from the stuffing flavors the...
by dfwilson123 7 years ago
At what temperature and for how long do you cook a 3 lb boneless, rolled turkey?
by Vanessa Kristovich 6 years ago
Is it better to cook lean meat for a long time in a low temperature, or to cook it quickly on high?I am dieting, and only want to cook low fat meats. Also, any marinade I use has to be low fat as well. So, is quick cook or slow cooking better if I want the meat to be moist?
by ElleBee 6 years ago
What is your favorite part (food) of Thanksgiving dinner?
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