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Smoking Pre-cooked Turkey?

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I bought some pre-cooked turkey hindquarters the other day because they were only.58 per pound. The store said just heat them like a potroast in some chicken stock. But I was thinking about hitting them with a rub and trying to heat them up in the smoker. As cheap as they were I figured I could afford to experiment.These aren't processed meat, just appear to be roasted then vacuum sealed. Bone in and skin on.

Anyone try anything like this? Suggestions on time/temp?
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Originally Posted by jspchief View Post

I bought some pre-cooked turkey hindquarters the other day because they were only.58 per pound. The store said just heat them like a potroast in some chicken stock. But I was thinking about hitting them with a rub and trying to heat them up in the smoker. As cheap as they were I figured I could afford to experiment.These aren't processed meat, just appear to be roasted then vacuum sealed. Bone in and skin on.

Anyone try anything like this? Suggestions on time/temp?


I would go around 250-300 degrees with smoke until heated through to 165 Internal Temperature.  Just keep an eye on them because the temp may move along pretty quickly. 

 

Good Luck,

 

John

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I think I would smoke them in a pan with chicken stock, skin side up. Otherwise I think you may dry them out.

 

Al

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I think I would smoke them in a pan with chicken stock, skin side up. Otherwise I think you may dry them out.

 

Al

Much better idea...Thanks Al!

 

John

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