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A Recipe by ThunderStorm


Author: ThunderStorm
Created: November 21, 2009 at 04:41 pm
Upload Type: Recipe, G (All)  
Category: General/Other | General/Other | General/Other
Upload Stats: 4.5 Stars by 2 users with 2 comments and 234 views

Thunder's deep-fried turkey  

First take out of the heart and all that bad stuff out of the turkey
1. 30-pound turkey
for the sauce
1 cup of ranch seasoning

1/2 cup sweet pickles

1 drop hotsauce

2/3 of ramen noodle seasoning

2 cups of milk

then take a 30-pound turkey put peanut oil in your turkey fryer

make sure it is between 345 degrees or your turkey will burn thank you thank you to your friends at writers-network thunderstorm and Dark_ELegy


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darkelegy
November 21, 2009
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awww you take out the heart of my fav turkey! why you that! lol! great recipe my thunder chef!...keep on cookin!

your goth tasters! again the darkelegy....yummy yummy!


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SherryAnn
November 21, 2009
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sounds tasty
i've never deep fried a turkey. how long would that take? how do you know when it's done? what do you do with the sauce? do you stuff them after their done? or just use the sauce? sounds much better than cranberry sauce. i need more details


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