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Help with reheating some pre cooked smoked turkey in the MES

greatfx1959

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here is what i have for turkey day, i bought one of the sliced pre cooked/smoked part of a turkey breast, about 1.75 pounds and wondering if reheating it in my smoker would be a good idea, kinda a double smoked piece of bird. I have had these before and they are pretty good, only gonna be three of us here so it would be plenty. also would i place it in a pan face down so the slices dont come apart and dry it out? what temp? thanks in advance
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smokerjim

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maybe get some twine and tie it to keep it together, just do it gently so the twine doesn't cut into the meat, i would start smoke around 180-200 for 45-60 minutes then put to 250-275 or so to get it up to internal of 165.
 

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here is what i have for turkey day, i bought one of the sliced pre cooked/smoked part of a turkey breast, about 1.75 pounds and wondering if reheating it in my smoker would be a good idea, kinda a double smoked piece of bird. I have had these before and they are pretty good, only gonna be three of us here so it would be plenty. also would i place it in a pan face down so the slices dont come apart and dry it out? what temp? thanks in advance
First , I think that is a great choice .
Are there directions on the package ?
Their web site says 350 for 15 to 20 minutes per pound in a sealed pan with some liquid in the bottom . . That's an oven , but you can adapt to a smoker or grill .
Cut side down , or loose tie like suggested . On a rack in a foil pan . If you're going to smoke leave it uncovered . Then turn the heat up , add liquid and cover to bring up to temp .
 

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Let us k now how it turns out . I know you were talking about smoking , but another thing you could do would be to shingle the slices in a foil pan . Bring some turkey stock to a simmer and pour it over the slices and cover a few minutes before you eat .
 

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