Want to keep your cool while checking your turkey’s temperature? Temperatures need to be checked in the thigh and the breast to ensure doneness. Watch our video to see how to insert your thermometer into the turkey.
Temperature control is key to cooking a turkey, and it all starts with accurately placing your oven thermometer's probe.
Every effing year it's like, wait, where's this thing go again? Never again!.
Insert your instant-read thermometer into the thigh meat so that the thermometer is parallel to the body of the turkey. You should feel some.
As in “to tell when your turkey's done, insert an instant-read thermometer in the thickest part of the thigh.” Am I the only one who's ever read that and said “huh?”.
Always use a meat thermometer when testing your turkey thighs, or any type of meat, Carefully insert the thermometer probe into the thickest part of the turkey .
At least once a year I hear of some cook who pokes their turkey right in the breast or right in the cavity with a cooking thermometer to try and.
Here's our trick for making sure you take the temperature of your Recipes tell me to take the temperature of my meat, but depending on where you put . turkey or a bone-in prime rib, until the thermometer probe hits bone).
Insert temperature probe into the turkey thigh and set for °F (82°C). Roast until temperature probe chimes the temperature has been reached. Remove the .