turkey leg and thigh on my 18" weber kettle

Discussion in 'Poultry' started by smokerpaul, May 8, 2013.

  1. hi guys 

    i thought i would show you my first effort at smoking a turkey leg and thigh 

    i had no time to brine the turkey so i injected chicken stock with some butter, i then used jamaican style chicken seasoning as the rub , then i smoked it with apple wood and a small piece of english oak on my weber kettle, spraying with apple juice every hour, i kept the temperature around 250 - 260f until the internal temperature of the meat was at 175f i left it to rest wrapped in foil in a very low oven for 1 hour and served it shredded in tortilla wraps with stir fried mushrooms,sweet peppers,onions and green beans,with salsa and sour cream and a side of spicy potato wedges YUM !!!!


    the turkey leg was huge as this is a view of drumstick and thigh on my 18.5 inch weber kettle about 2 hours into the smoke



    fully rested and about to break them up 
     
  2. rdknb

    rdknb Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Looks good, great start to smoking
     
  3. reinhard

    reinhard Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    That is a great job on those turkey legs. Could not do it better myself.  I like your combination to serve in the tortilla wraps as well. Reinhard
     
  4. thanks reinhard

    that is very kind of you to say that as i am fairly new to smoking the american way .here in england bbq is mainly grilled meats(steaks burgers etc) and i have learned everything i know about smoking through the great information i have got on this web site

    i also serve pulled pork in the wraps even though i love pp in rolls with coleslaw and pickles i find that they fill me up with the bread when i would much rather eat more of  the pork lol
     
  5. steve-o90

    steve-o90 Fire Starter

    Sounds delicious!!!
     
  6. fwismoker

    fwismoker Master of the Pit

    LIKING IT!!!   Love some smoking in the kettle....looks delicious!
     

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