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#7062029 - 11/10/12 Fried Turkey Question  
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As usual I will be frying my families Turkey again this Thanksgiving. My question is when does peanut oil go bad? I drained and filtered the oil from last year and its still sitting in my cabinets. It's only been used that one time, and from what I can see it can be used several times before you need to get new oil, but its been a year. So is it still good?

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#7062197 - 11/10/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: garyh9900]  
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taste and smell it. If no indications of it being rancid it will be fine.


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#7064342 - 11/11/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: medicman]  
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I freeze the used oil.Last years oil will most likely have a funky after taste.

#7064382 - 11/11/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: baldhunter]  
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Thanks for reminding me that Thankgiving was around the bend. Need to see what my dear Wife and sons have planned.


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I may fry me up a test turkey and see how it does.

#7067199 - 11/11/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: garyh9900]  
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i got a large fryer the other day!!! this will be the first time to fry turkey myself. peanut oil?


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#7071548 - 11/13/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: lovemy99]  
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Originally Posted by lovemy99
i got a large fryer the other day!!! this will be the first time to fry turkey myself. peanut oil?
That's what I always use.

#7071697 - 11/13/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: lovemy99]  
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Originally Posted by lovemy99
i got a large fryer the other day!!! this will be the first time to fry turkey myself. peanut oil?


Just be careful, please!


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#7074114 - 11/14/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: mikeymjr23]  
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Yeah, be sure and put that sucker in the right way.


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#7074136 - 11/14/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: Boggy Creek Ranger]  
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READ THE DIRECTIONS!!! Most importantly, pre-test the volume on the turkey you are going to with water first to make sure the displacement doesn't kick oil over the edge and really fire you up! Other than that, have a great time! smile


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#7075463 - 11/14/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: selmer]  
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Put it in the right way, DON'T have too much oil, and for GOD's Sake...MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY THAWED OUT!!!!

Good luck...fried turkey is AMAZING!


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done right the skin on a fried turkey...is like crack blush

#7075696 - 11/14/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: mikeymjr23]  
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Originally Posted by mikeymjr23
Put it in the right way, DON'T have too much oil, and for GOD's Sake...MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY THAWED OUT!!!!

Good luck...fried turkey is AMAZING!


and dry of any moisture....


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Inside the cavity as well!

#7076248 - 11/14/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: garyh9900]  
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Originally Posted by garyh9900
Inside the cavity as well!


Yep meticulously...I don't like splattering hot grease!But dang I do like me some good deep fried bird! [Linked Image]


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#7078441 - 11/15/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: atvalaska]  
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Originally Posted by atvalaska
done right the skin on a fried turkey...is like crack blush


Agreed! I've almost come to fighting over it!!!


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#7079077 - 11/15/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: mikeymjr23]  
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Holy cow, $50 for peanut oil this year! Went with veggie oil at half the price. I've fried maybe 40 or 50 birds now and if not reusing oil or doing 3 back to back, seems like veggie oil works fine. Be safe and in the event of fire, don't use water:)

#7079474 - 11/15/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: 30338]  
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Originally Posted by 30338
Holy cow, $50 for peanut oil this year! Went with veggie oil at half the price. I've fried maybe 40 or 50 birds now and if not reusing oil or doing 3 back to back, seems like veggie oil works fine. Be safe and in the event of fire, don't use water:)


Saw that price today. Shoulda been a peanut farmer


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#7080403 - 11/15/12 Re: Fried Turkey Question [Re: 30338]  
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Originally Posted by 30338
Be safe and in the event of fire, don't use water:)


Well why not?!

haha!


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