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  1. #1
    Ritchie D

    Is it possible to cook a turkey under the broiler?

    This may sound like a stupid question. But, My oven is broken. All but the broiler. Is it possible to cook a turkey under the broiler?

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  3. #3
    Sugar PIe
    No, it is not. You will burn it on the outsidie, make smoke and probably fire, and have raw turkey inside.

    Consider sticking it in a neighbor's oven or deep-fry it.

  4. #4
    I'd order out -- it would cook too fast and you'll be burned on the outside and not cooked on the inside.

  5. #5
    Tracy M
    I can't see that being a good plan. It would take forever too cook it and likely it would burn the outside leaving everything else raw. Cook it in the microwave and then pop it under the broiler after it is done to brown it up a bit.

  6. #6
    No..unless you cut it into several small pieces.. but this is not ideal for turkey..Why not make a nice thick rich turkey stew.

  7. #7
    yes it is possible me and my man did it on one thanksgivin

  8. #8
    no the broiler is too high a heat and it requires a lower heat

    stew in in wine and make turkey fricassee

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