Deep-frying-bone-in-turkey-breast-instructions, heat oil in a pot with a lid and large enough to hold the oil and breast to 325 degrees f (165 degrees c). step 5 gently add breast to the oil, cover pot with lid, and fry until no longer pink in the center and the juices run clear, about 25 minutes.. Place the turkey breast in the pot you are going to fry it in. add enough water to cover the breast with about 3 inches to spare. remove the breast and measure the water. this is how much oil you will need. dump out water and dry the pan well with paper towels., one hour before frying, place the turkey breast on a baking sheet, sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper, and let sit at room temperature. to figure out how much oil you will need for frying, put....

Butterball's chef tony seta and masterbuilt ceo john mclemore teach you how to deep fry a bone-in turkey breast., in large deep fryer, or a dutch oven that is at least 6.5 quarts, fill with your choice of oil. follow recommended fill capacity guidelines or in pot fill under 3/4 way full. drop turkey in slowly, if oil level looks as if it will overflow, stop. let oil cool and remove some oil..

Once the desired temperature is met, place 10 to 12 pieces of buttermilk soaked turkey breast into the bowl or shaker of seasoned flour, roll or shake until each piece of turkey has a complete coat of flour. cook in oil for approximately 8 to 10 minutes or until each piece is golden brown and cooked thoroughly., deep frying turkey isn’t just for thanksgiving! check out how masterbuilt's john mclemore and chef tony seta deep fry a bone-in turkey breast perfect for a week night meal..

Place turkey, breast side up, in the deep-fryer basket. slowly lower basket into hot oil. try turkey about 30 minutes (or 3 minutes per pound), maintaining oil temperature as close to 350°f as possible. remove turkey from hot oil and insert a meat thermometer into the meaty part of the thigh., this deep-fried turkey tastes so rich, it needs no gravy. wash turkey inside and out under cold running water; pat dry. finely grind bay leaves in spice grinder; transfer to small bowl. finely grind thyme, oregano, and peppercorns separately; add to bay leaves. mix in creole seasoning and garlic ....

Well intentioned help, no doubt, but frying a bone-in turkey breast takes way longer than 3 minutes per pound. it's true that 3-4 minutes per pound would work for a whole turkey (though some...