A dear friend of ours flew in from Melbourne recently. To celebrate her, we decided to throw an early Christmas dinner.
Our main course was a 4kg turkey, smoked in the Cobb Premier. We served it with our homemade cranberry sauce, gravy, roasted potatoes and butternut squash. There is no trick to do it with COBB. We just brine the turkey overnight and truss the bird with string and place it on a roast rack with COBB extension. For smoking with use apple wood chips which has been soak in water. The whole process takes about 3.5 hours. We need to change the charcoal once after two hours.
We absolutely love how juicy and tender the turkey turned out.
Smoking the turkey in a Cobb is to us one of the best ways to cook & enjoy our turkey.
Picture 1: Finished product - Crisp brown skins with fat fully rendered.
Picture 2: Apple wood chips soaked in water for at least one hour
Picture 3: COBB ready for action
Picture 4: After 3.5 hours
Picture 5: Roast Potatoes to go with the turkey
Picture 6: Smoked turkey with roast vegetables
Picture 7: Cutleries ready for feasting
Picture 8: Roast turkey leftover for stew later
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