Don't save the turkey for special occasions. Fire up the grill and cook up the whole turkey, just the breast or any other part that you desire. Turkey can be moist and tender when properly grilled. Use our recipes and knowlege to make your next grilling experience a good one.
Whole turkeys can be grilled directly on the grill or rotisserie grilled. Whole turkeys or whole turkey breasts should be grilled using indirect heat, whereas, smaller pieces are grilled using direct heat. This collection has recipes for turkey burgers to whole turkeys, calling for the use of both grilling methods. To see detailed information on how to grill turkey using both methods, check out our Turkey Cooking Guide or our Grilling Turkey section under Tips & Advice.
You may never roast a turkey in the oven again! Grilling time is approx 2 hours with GrillGrates. Our local supermarket was happy to butterfly a fresh turkey for us so the hard part was done. Then we brined it overnight and used a rosemary herb rub to add flavor and crispy up the skin.
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Rotisserie Grilling Turkey | Rotisserie Review | Turkey Doneness
For general guidelines on rotisserie grilling, see Rotisserie Grilling Basics.
Rotisserie Grilling Turkey
Whole Turkey | Turkey Parts
Rotisserie Grilling a Whole Turkey
It is important to first follow the proper setup procedures for the grill when cooking food with rotisserie grilling.
The required cooking temperature and the method for grilling turkey depend on the thickness of the turkey meat and whether or not the skin is removed. Grilling turkey parts or slices would be done using direct heat. Grilling a whole turkey would be done using indirect heat.
Deciding how to cook a turkey can be difficult, especially with all the options that are available. Here you will find a listing of different ways to enjoy cooking a turkey.
Deep Frying Turkey
The optimum cooking temperature for deep-frying the turkey is 350ºF.