Transporting Cooked Turkey

Keeping your cooked turkey moist when transporting it important to enjoying it later. This is a guide about transporting cooked turkey.

October 24, 2007 Flag
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If you must transport your turkey, it can be cooked the day before. When done, let it cool, absorbing the juices. Then carve, laying a bed of any lettuce, a layer of sliced turkey and so on, in a dish. Put a layer of lettuce on the top and put in fridge. When traveling, be sure to keep in cooler with ice. Arrive and put in over at 350 degrees F for 20 to 30 min. When heated, place turkey on platter and discard lettuce. Serve.

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