How To Cook a Turkey This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of the best holidays of the year, because it’s full of fun, family, and great food. Of course, while there are plenty of great food options for Thanksgiving, it all centers around the tasty Thanksgiving turkey, the centerpiece of the meal. While most people like to roast their Turkey, there are many different ways that you can cook one.

From the team at TitleMax comes this new infographic that shows 16 different ways to cook a turkey.

It’s important to note that for all of the different methods for cooking a turkey that are shown here, it’s recommended that you remove the giblets and wash the turkey inside and out before proceeding with any of these different ways. As shown on this infographic from TitleMax, the different ways to cook a turkey include dry-brining, brining, roasting, slow-roasted, deep-fried, smoked, slow-cooked, grilled, oven bag, air fryer, beer can turkey, mole-roasted turkey, spatchcocked turkey, bacon-wrapped turkey, sous-vide turkey, and braised turkey.

Unique Way to Cook a Turkey

Certainly one of the more unique ways to cook a turkey would be by utilizing an air fryer. To cook a turkey in an air fryer, you’ll want to cook small turkey breasts as you go, and they can be cooked in the air fryer in only about an hour. You’ll want to season the turkey breasts as desired, and then air fry them at 390°F for somewhere between 30 and 35 minutes. Once that’s done, coast the turkey breasts with a flavorful mixture, and then air fry them again at 330°F until they’re caramelized, which usually takes about two minutes.

No matter which method you decide to cook your turkey with, don’t forget to season it! There are several ways to do so, with a popular way being to marinate the turkey overnight in a mole sauce, which includes spices, nuts, hot peppers, and chocolate.

For this upcoming Thanksgiving, which of these methods from this infographic will you be using to cook your Thanksgiving turkey?

16 Ways To Cook a Turkey This Thanksgiving

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