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mommyofhjm 12-22-2012 10:43 AM

Thawing turkey
 
I bought my turkey yesterday, yes put it off and I shldnt have. It's frozen. Yikes!! I need to cook it Monday. Can I run it under cold water like all day tomorrow? Or any other ideas?

Hungry Caterpillar 12-22-2012 11:04 AM

Re: Thawing turkey
 
I think I would leave it in the fridge all day today and then tomorrow maybe leave it in the sink if it wasn't getting anywhere in the fridge.

I am leery of defrosting things at room temperature, though. Maybe someone here can chime in on food safety?

mommyofhjm 12-22-2012 12:46 PM

I was planning on the fridge all day today then water tomorrow?

slyfoxy 12-22-2012 03:37 PM

Re: Thawing turkey
 
Defrosting a Turkey

Recommended Methods

There are two methods for defrosting turkey: refrigerator defrosting and cold water defrosting. Remember to keep your turkey cold while defrosting and cook it as soon as possible after defrosting.

Refrigerator Method
Place turkey or turkey parts on a tray in the refrigerator in their original packaging. Allow the following amount of defrosting time:

Whole TurkeyŚ24 hours defrosting time for each 5 pounds

Cold Water Method
Place turkey or turkey parts in their original packaging under cold water in a sink or deep pan. Change water as often as needed to keep it cold. Allow the following amount of defrosting time:

Whole TurkeyŚ30 minutes defrosting time for each pound


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