If your turkey has been cooked properly and then stored safely, it should keep for 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator. If you are not going to eat it within this period of time it can be wrapped in air-tight packaging and frozen for 3 to 4 months. Whether it is turkey, or potatoes and dressing that are leftover, be sure to store them properly and when reheating, be sure to bring them up to 140 degrees F. again before eating. Whether you are going to use the leftovers in another dish or just reheat them, check out our information on Turkey Handling, Safety and Storage to be sure you are handling your turkey safely at all times.
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.