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turkey breast roasting time

turkey breast roasting time
Posted: 11/23/2011 2:04:33 PM
I have two 8pd turkey breasted that will be roasted in a cooking bag, how much time should I add for the second turkey breast?
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Re:turkey breast roasting time
Posted: 11/23/2011 3:01:10 PM
If you place both turkey breasts in the same bag try to keep the separated as much as possible so the heat can circulate all around both of them. I think if you add 15 to 30 minutes to the cooking time that it should be sufficient. It may be best to roast them in smaller separate bags, each in their own roasting pan if possible. After 3 hours, test for doneness. The internal temperature of the turkey breast should be 170 degrees. If not continue to cook at 15 minutes intervals and then check for doneness again.

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