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How do you grill bone in turkey thighs?

How do you grill bone in turkey thighs?

Preheat your barbecue to 400oF (205oC). Place the turkey thighs on the preheated grill and cook for 30-35 minutes, turning every 10 minutes, or until the internal temperature is 165oF (74oC). Baste the turkey thighs with your favourite (gluten-free) barbecue sauce during the last 5 minutes of cooking.

How long does it take to barbecue a turkey?

2 to 3 hours
turkeys will take 2 to 3 hours to grill. When done, remove and let stand for 15 minutes before carving.

How do you grill turkey meat?

Place the turkey on the top rack directly above the drip pan. Grill the turkey on medium heat 11–13 minutes per pound, turning halfway through the time and basting with butter. The turkey is done when the meat thermometer reaches 175°F for the legs and 165°F for the breasts and the juices run clear.

What temp should Turkey Thigh be?

You’ll need a meat thermometer to make sure you cook your turkey to the right temperature. Insert it close to, but not touching, the thigh bone. If it reads 180 degrees F in the thigh and 170 degrees F in the breast, it’s done and ready to serve.

Can I cook a turkey on a BBQ?

Place pan on barbeque grill preheated to medium and close lid. After 20 – 30 minutes, lower heat to medium-low and tent turkey with foil to prevent over-browning. Baste every 15 – 20 minutes. For barbeques with temperature settings, keep barbeque adjusted to 350°F – 375°F (177° C – 190°C).

Can you cook a turkey on a gas BBQ?

Roasting a turkey on the bbq is easier than you might think. A gas barbeque is ideal as a typical 12 pound-bird will take around two-and-a-half hours to cook and keeping charcoal hot for that long is quite the challenge.

How do I cook a turkey on a Weber grill?

Heat the grill to 300-350F degrees, setting up an indirect heat area that the turkey will smoke over. Add the turkey to the grill and cover with the lid. Set the thermometer alarm to 165F degrees. After 1 hour, spritz with apple cider.

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