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    Small turkey breast on smoker

    Hi,
    I have a small 7lb turkey breast bone in I want to put on my smoker any suggestions on temp and time?

    Thanks for any help!

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    You might want to try Chris A's method. If it's enhanced, just skip the brining step in his instructions.
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    I use Chris's method without the brine because unenhanced turkey breasts are impossible to find here. Do three or four a year and they always come out great.
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    I have been known to brine a 'Butterball©'
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    I did a 9 lb turkey breast this morning. I cooked it in the WSM at 350 for approximately 3.5 hours. I shot for an internal temperature of 165. I received plenty of compliments so l have no regrets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T Moser View Post
    Hi,
    I have a small 7lb turkey breast bone in I want to put on my smoker any suggestions on temp and time?

    Thanks for any help!

    Time just depends
    But 325 works good
    Just a couple hrs

    Or, you can do low and slow
    It will be smokier

    But hotter and faster......is much juicier. Theres a reason we dont cook low and slow in oven

    Last edited by MartinB; 10-20-2019 at 06:35 PM.

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