Oven Bag Substitute
Forgot to buy my oven bag for Turkey ?! Help? ۔
We forgot to buy an oven bag to keep our chickens moist.
Now that all the shops are closed, I don't really know if there's a way to cook it without making it harder and harder.
What are the alternatives? Have you heard that you can turn it around? But I'm not sure if that's true or not. Can I use a regular zipper bag?
No, the zipped bag does not melt.
Bake on a baking sheet, place the foil on top and remove the last part of the foil so that it can be scraped.
I never use an oven bag to cook turkey. Just season the other way as usual and fill the pan with 3/4 of your capacity. Do this every 45 minutes and cook for 350 to 6 seconds and it will still be tender. The zipped bag will melt.
The best (only) turkey I ever ate was from a vendor that matched my ceramic plate. There was a large aluminum sheet tent I made.
So I didn't open the popup and cook three times as much as I needed. It was still wet and dilapidated. Do you like toothpicks? Grab it and run. As I cook for myself, this is a great choice!
Do not use zipper lock bag! It will melt and destroy your turkey.
Just place the turkey in the toaster and cook for the time recommended for its weight. If you have one of these popup timers, use it when you're ready.
Otherwise, use a meat thermometer to check its quality. When you work, the juice should be clear, not pink when you tap it, and the bones may break.
Of course, if you have a pot big enough to fill a turkey, you can cover it with foil. If using a pan, sprinkle some palm on top to avoid sticking to the bottom.
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