Oster Roasters – How to Stuff A Turkey?
Oster Turkey Roaster Buyers’ Guide
Start by putting the removable roasting pan into the body of the roaster oven. Never put the food straight into the roaster without using the roasting pan. Put the lid onto the turkey roaster and make sure that the temperature control is switched to the off position. Then, plug the turkey roaster into the outlet which uses a 120 volt AC. Turn on the roaster by flipping the temperature control to the desired temperature according to the recipe. Preheat the roaster for 15 to 20 minutes and you will see the light turn off once the desired temperature is reached. Put the roasting rack into the removable roasting pan, place your ingredients onto the rack and close the lid on the roaster oven. When done, turn the temperature control to the off option, unplug the roaster, remove the lid and then take out the roasting rack and serve.
Depending on the type of turkey you are using, the cooking time will vary. The general rule of thumb is that the internal temperature of the turkey should reach 180 F, and this will indicate that it’s done. If you are using an average fresh turkey weighing 12-14 lbs, then the turkey should be cooked at 6 to 8 minutes per pound, so around 1 ¾ hours in total. A frozen turkey that has been defrosted, and weighs around 14-16 lbs, should be cooked for 6 to 8 minutes per pound, so approximately 2 hours in total. If you are using a fresh turkey breast with the bone inside, this generally weighs around 5 to 6 pounds and should be cooked for 10 to 15 minutes per pound resulting in approximately 1 ½ hours of total cook time.
Once again, the type of turkey you are going to use, not only determines the cooking time but also the temperature. The general rule of thumb is that the internal temperature of the turkey should reach 180 F, and this will indicate that it’s done. An average fresh turkey weighing 12-14 lbs should be cooked at 325F for the time indicated above. Using a frozen turkey that has been defrosted, and weighs around 14-16 lbs, you should be cooking it at 325F. If you are using a fresh turkey breast with the bone in it, this generally weighs around 5 to 6 pounds; then, it should be cooked at 330F.
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