Cooking a Ham and Turkey at The Same Time?

Do you need to add the weight of the turkey and the weight of the ham to get how long you should bake them, if you are cooking in oven at the same time?


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November 25, 20180 found this helpful

As long as there is enough air to circulate around the two, they should be cooked in the same time as it would take to cook one item.

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November 26, 20180 found this helpful

No, you don't add the two together, if that is what you are asking.

You have to cook each based on the individual weight of each check this grid and see how long for each based on weight. If the temperature is not the same for each, meet in the middle.

See if this grid helps you:

It gives times and temperatures (both cooking and done--internal).

The key is to use a meat thermometer use that to gauge done-ness based on internal temp.


They may not be both done at the same you may need to keep one warm while the other finishes.

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