Pop Pop’s Fried Turkey Seasoning

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1 box salt
2 oz. garlic salt
2 oz. crushed red pepper
2oz. chili powder
2 oz. black pepper
2 oz. accent, optional

Mix well in a gallon Ziploc bag and keep in a sealed container in the fridge.

Rub on turkey 12 to 24 hours before deep frying in peanut oil.

To fry, heat grease to about 375 degrees and carefully drop in completely thawed turkey. Fry at 350 degrees for 3 ½ minutes per pound. Check temp with extra long meat thermometer. Cook outside.

WRite wHere I’m supposed to be – Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving full of S’mookies, cranberry, turkey and, most of all, a grateful heart.

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2 responses »

  1. I think this should be called Slick’s fried chicken recipe.
    Also I think the most important key is to make sure the turkey is not frozen.
    Dropping a frozen or partially frozen turkey is disastrous.

    I will miss you guys this Thanksgiving. I am cooking 4 turkeys this year.
    Be safe, have fun and tell everyone we said Happy Turkey day!

    • Great title – maybe I’ll have you “name that blog post” from now on. Good point about the frozen turkey. I’m going to edit and add.

      I will miss y’all also. Have fun cookin’ and give the family a hug for us.

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