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Boneless Turkey Breast. (On My Old Toy)

Bearcarver

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Boneless Turkey Breast. (On My Old Toy)




I wanted to Spin this Breast, and my Air Fryer is too small, so I got out my 20+ year old “Showtime Rotisserie”.
I had it on the disabled list for a lot of years, due to a bad cord, but I didn’t need it, because of all my Smoking. So now that My health & the weather has slowed me up, it was time to say “Showtime, Suit up, You’re going in!!”

So I won’t bore you with a long Step by Step here, since it's on the Rotisserie, but I’ll put most of the Info with the Pics below, in the captions.

The only thing I put on it was some Poultry Seasoning & some Olive Oil.


Thanks for Looking,

Bear



Boneless Turkey Breast Roast:
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Net Bag was Loose:
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Tied a few of my own strings to hold it together:
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Ready to remove:
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On stand to remove from Spit:
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The hard part---Removing all the strings from the Net Bag:
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Slicing on my 56 year old cutting board:
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Bear's Supper----Sliced Ends from Turkey Roast, Mashed Taters with Cream of Chicken Soup for Gravy, Corn , and Cranberry Sauce:
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Kelchner's Horseradish Sauce on a roll, with some nice Turkey slices:
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Closed up for Bear's Second Night's Supper:
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Another one the same:
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Bear's Third Night's Supper:
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A Change on this one-----Heaping Teaspoon of Kelchner's Horse-radish;
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Then Spread some of Jeff's Awesome BBQ Sauce on both sides of Roll:
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Then some Nice Slices of Turkey:
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Close it up, for Bear's Fourth Night's Supper:
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Those boneless turkey roast are really good . Man , that got some great color on it . All looks great , but love the sandwiches . Nice work .
I saw one of those at Goodwill . In the box for 12 bucks or something . I should have grabbed it .
 

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That looks just beautiful coming off the rotisserie! Good looking sammies you made also!

Ryan
 

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Looks darn good John!
I have one of those in the freezer right now, we eat them all the time.
You ought to try SV’ing them, they really come out good.
Al
 

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Brother my mouth is watering great job with the old toy.
Waiting for the snow to go awat and I can use my new toy.
Richie
 

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Yup I could go for one of those sammies I like horse radish on turkey sammies.
Nice looking job.

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Beautiful piece of work Bear, looks delicious, Like! I've had a Showtime 4000 myself for about 20 years and have always absolutely loved it, a perfect six pound yardbird in a hour and a half, every time. Small prime roasts, leg-o-lamb, tiny turkey, and chickens are the best, Ron Popeil was a genius! RAY
 

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Very appetizing.....never thought to try horseradish on turkey sandwiches but can’t wait to try it:emoji_sunglasses:
 

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Looks great Bear. That color says it all! Looks perfectly cooked. We had a rotisserie like that when we were first married. It worked very well. Kept for 10 years or so. Cannot remember what happened to it, lol. I remember everything we did in it was juicy inside and nice and crisp on the outside. Those sandwiches look delicious too. Great job.
 

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Looks delicious bear. I love smoking those turkey roasts. I'd ask for a sandwich but looks like you ate them all lol
 

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Those boneless turkey roast are really good . Man , that got some great color on it . All looks great , but love the sandwiches . Nice work .
I saw one of those at Goodwill . In the box for 12 bucks or something . I should have grabbed it .
Thank You Rich!!
Should have brought it home for when you get old!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


That looks just beautiful coming off the rotisserie! Good looking sammies you made also!

Ryan
Thank You Ryan!!
This thing still works pretty good!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Looks darn good John!
I have one of those in the freezer right now, we eat them all the time.
You ought to try SV’ing them, they really come out good.
Al
Thank You Al!!!
Hmmm, I never thought about SV Turkey Breast, because it's already so tender.
I'll bet it is good though.
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Looks really good.
Looks darn good John!
I have one of those in the freezer right now, we eat them all the time.
You ought to try SV’ing them, they really come out good.
Al
Got one of those in the freezer.
How long did you Sv that Al ? Thanks...
 

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Looks really good.

Got one of those in the freezer.
How long did you Sv that Al ? Thanks...
If it’s thawed out I SV it at 132 for 8 hours. If it’s frozen just add an hour. I also put a few pats of butter, some lemon slices, and some Montreal chicken seasoning in the bag too.
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Looks really good.

Got one of those in the freezer.
How long did you Sv that Al ? Thanks...
Poultry---All of my research calls for:
146° when I SV Chicken Breast. (Douglas Baldwin)
Thighs & other dark meat, 165° is what’s recommended by the Books & Pros, including "Douglas Baldwin".

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Brother my mouth is watering great job with the old toy.
Waiting for the snow to go awat and I can use my new toy.
Richie

Thank You Richie!!
Yup--It still works Great !!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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