"We have used this marinade and injected it in a turkey but then we just roasted it rather than deep frying it. It turned out great! Moist and very flavorful. It takes longer to cook but it is a lot less messy also."
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Deep-frying, also known as deep-fat frying, is a process of immersing food in a deep pot containing hot oil, which cooks the food quickly, producing a crispy surface over a tender and moist interior.
Deep-frying, also known as deep-fat frying, is a process of immersing food in a deep pot containing heated oil. The turkey cooks quickly, producing a crispy surface over a tender and moist interior. It is becoming a popular alternative to roasting a whole turkey.
Extreme care is necessary to ensure safety when deep-frying a whole turkey. Because the required equipment can be cumbersome and the large quantity of hot oil necessary for cooking a whole bird can be dangerous, deep-frying a whole turkey is much less safe than deep-frying food on a smaller scale.