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HOW TO COOK A PRE SMOKED TURKEY LEG IN THE OVEN



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31 thoughts on “HOW TO COOK A PRE SMOKED TURKEY LEG IN THE OVEN

  • He sounds like Cleveland off family guy ???? nice video tho

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  • I did as you advised in your video and the turkey leg was absolutely delicious! I usually add onion, garlic and Tony’s but I really think the Worcestershire sauce takes it to another level. Thank you! ?

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  • I'm from Texas and have always gotten these from the rennisance festival for about 16 bucks each. I just happen to notice one in the grocery store yesterday when I was getting a ham for New Years dinner and it was priced at about 6 bucks. It didn't have any cooking instructions on it so I did this search and watched your video. After following your method I'm hooked and have added a new meal to our kitchen. Many thanks for posting this brother.

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  • Got to comment. Not only did my smoked turkey legs turn out the bomb, my self proclaimed pescatarian couldn't get enough of them! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! ??

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  • Greatest video EVER on YouTube. Straight to the point, no intro, no extra, just straight to the point.

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  • Hi there, I am trying this recipe. I have a question though, can I use a baking sheet or is that a pan with water in it that you used? Thanks in advance!

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  • This recipe is Perfect! I tried 3 other methods before finding yours and there is no comparison…..4hrs is totally worth the wait! Thank you!

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  • Exactly what I needed! Dad loves turkey legs from the state fair but they are SO expensive these days, so got a pack of pre-smoked turkey legs and needed a way to cook them. This video and your recommendations are perfect! Thank you!

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  • Precisely what I needed…….I bought a fully-cooked, fully-smoked Butterball Turkey, and I wanted to heat it up, keep it moist, and shred it to serve on buns as you would pulled pork. This should work. Thanks so much!

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  • I never watch "How to" videos on here, but I really liked how you put this one together, and your channel name is great! I was in a bit of a rush, and decided to try 350 for 2.5 hours and it was a little dry. Today I have two more to pop in and will go with 300@4. I can't wait. Thank you!

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  • Cooked for 4hrs at 300 degrees was perfect…….thank you!!!

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  • Thank you! Im making this to go with some cabbage:)

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  • I got mines on 375 in a roasting pan and a lid with a lil water a half onion and three tablespoons of butter. How long should I let it cook for

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  • I usually clean my meat, but the legs came with a grease on them. So, I don't know if that's part of the seasoning. Am I supposed to rinse and dry them first?

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  • Great video man! Tried this recipe and they came out perfect. Keep the videos up!

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  • So for some reason the video will not download completely. I saw how to season the leg. Can someone feel me in on what temperature to cook it and how long should I leave it in the oven?

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