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Grilled Turkey

Serves 10

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 4 hours

Who doesn't love a good old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinner? This Grilled Turkey recipe provides just that with Bone Suckin' Seasoning and is sure to please the entire family!

Ingredients

  • Bone Suckin’ Sauce, 16 oz.
    (4 jars)
  • Turkey (fresh or thawed), under 16 lbs.
  • Meat Thermometer

Directions

Before cooking food, remove insides of turkey and wash. Preheat grill to 350˚F using half the burners. Place turkey on grill away from the lit burners. Cooking time is between 2 to 2½ hours for 8-12 lb. turkey or 3 to 4 hours for 12-16 pound turkey. (Keep the grill closed and let it cook.) Turkey’s internal temperature needs to be 180˚F.

During the last 20 minutes, baste with Bone Suckin’ Sauce on each side, turning once. Coat turkey generously. Wait 15-20 minutes after you take Bone Suckin’ Turkey off the grill before carving.

After carving, pour one jar of Bone Suckin’ Sauce over carved Bone Suckin’ Turkey. Recipe serves 10.

Recipe from Bone Suckin' Sauce.

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