Where do You Stick the Thermometer in a Turkey?

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In the turkey, where you stick the thermometer is as far inside as you can reach. This means that you poke the thermometer into the turkey's rear end. For optimum safety, try under the wing, as well, and take several measurements. Safety first.
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Insert the meat thermometer into the inner thigh area near the breast of the turkey but not touching the bone. This will give you the most accurate reading!
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1. Follow the cooking times listed on the wrapper of the turkey. Most will recommend 15 minutes per pound for an un-stuffed turkey and 20 minutes per pound for a stuffed one. 2. Insert
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The thigh and breast.
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