Roasting times for whole turkeys
Preheat your oven to 160Â°C (325Â°F) and use these cooking times to prepare roast turkey that's moist, tender and delicious
16 to 22 lb Un Stuffed Turkey 3 Â½ - 4 hrs
16 to 22 lb Stuffed Turkey 4 - 4 Â½ hrs
Turkey is fully cooked and safe to eat when the meat thermometer reads 77Â°C or 170Â°F for an un-stuffed turkey and 82Â°C or 180Â°F for a stuffed turkey.
It would take about 3.5 - 4 hours to cook a 17 pound turkey that is unstuffed. A stuffed turkey would take about 4.5 hours.
At 350 you should estimate about 15-20 minutes per pound longer if stuffed
well i 17 pound turkey will cook for 8 hours if it helps
375 for 17 minutes
Roasting times for whole turkeysPreheat your oven to 160°C (325°F) and use these cooking times to prepare roast turkey that's moist, tender and delicious16 to 22 lb un-Stuffed Turkey 3 ½ - 4 hrs16 to 22 lb Stuffed Turkey 4 - 4 ½ hrsTurkey is fully cooked and safe to eat when the meat thermometer reads 77°C or 170°F for an un-stuffed turkey and 82°C or 180°F for a stuffed turkey.
Roasting times for whole turkeysPreheat your oven to 160Â°C (325Â°F) and use these cooking times to prepare roast turkey that's moist, tender and delicious 16 to 22 lb Un Stuffed Turkey 3 Â½ - 4 hrs 16 to 22 lb Stuffed Turkey 4 - 4 Â½ hrs Turkey is fully cooked and safe to eat when the meat thermometer reads 77Â°C or 170Â°F for an un-stuffed turkey and 82Â°C or 180Â°F for a stuffed turkey.
Cooking time varies depending on the following:Covered Roasting Pan?Uncovered Roasting Pan ?Oil cooking?Stuffed or not?Oven Temperature used/set on?Best answer for traditional cooking time for a 17 lb. uncovered and stuffed Turkey with oven setting @ 325 degrees is 6hrs.Best answer for traditional cooking time for a 17 lb. covered and stuffed Turkey with oven setting @ 450 degrees would be 3 1/4 hrs.Hope this answer helps some of you! ENJOY and be THANKFUL!!Submitted by: SANThe average guidance is 20 min. per pound regardless of method, but test the turkey for 175F at the thigh and 165F at the breast before removing it.
It takes twenty minutes a pound to cook turkey. 17 times 20 is 340 minutes. So it would be over five hours to bake your turkey.
I'm looking for the answer also but a 14 pound turkey. I found that at 280 degrees you cook it 1 hour for every 3 pounds. Hope this is correct and it helps you....
About 5 1/2 hours, slightly longer if stuffed.
Unstuffed: 3 3/4 - 4 1/4 hours at 325. Stuffed: 4 - 4 1/2 hours at 325. These times are for fully thawed turkey. For frozen or partially frozen turkey, add about 50% of the time (and remember to take out the giblets partway through!)
An unstuffed turkey should be cooked for fifteen minutes per pound at 325 degrees. A seventeen pound turkey should be cooked for four hours and fifteen minutes.
A 17 pound turkey will need to cook in an electric smoker for 40 minutes per pound. The internal temperature should be 180 degrees F before eating.
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Peter Cook was born on November 17, 1937.
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I cook my turkey's stuffed. I start by searing it for 15 minutes in a 450 oven, then baste w/ butter and tent w/ foil. The searing helps to seal in juices. Cook at 350 about 17 minutes per pound. I just leave it until the last hour or so, then un-tent, baste, and check the temp with a meat thermometer. Recover loosely with the foil. I baste about every 20 minutes until it is done, but for the last half hour, I remove the foil completely so the skin can get golden brown.
You don't want to cook a turkey on a charcoal grill, you would burn or dry out the skin and outer part of the turkey before you got to a safe internal temp. I would use a smoker or some type of grill where you can cook with in-direct heat. It depends on your grill and if you can maintain the inside temperature. Every year for thanksgiving and xmas I smoke a turkey in my charcoal grill and it turns out great. I always get a 15 to 17 pound bird, brine for 1 hour per pound, then place it on my grill rack - usually takes between 4.5 to 5 hours.
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