It takes forever and your turkey skin won't get very crisp. Not a good thing. A lot of people insist that frying is the best way to prepare turkeys so that they stay moist and have a beautiful golden brown color. So check out this Electric Turkey Fryer
for $80. Although the posting doesn't say what size bird will fit in the fryer, it's been used only once.
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