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10 Common Turkey-Making Pitfalls

stuffing Q and A

What we fill our turkey with has become for many people the best part of the holiday meal.

Tips to the wise:

Stuff the bird immediately before roasting.
The stuffing inside the bird is done at 160-165 degrees. recommends cooking the turkey to 160-165 degrees. The turkey breast will be moist, but the stuffing will not be cooked as the temperature will be below 160 degrees F.
Here are two solutions:
1. Once you have taken the turkey out of the oven, spoon the stuffing out of the cavity. Put the stuffing into a buttered casserole dish. Then either cover it with foil and return it to the oven until it reaches 165 degrees or cover it with plastic wrap and heat it in the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes.
2. Another method for cooking the stuffing is to bake it separately in a pan, and cook the turkey without stuffing. A non-stuffed turkey cooks more evenly without stuffing and in less time.

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