We have a gas grill that came with the rotisserie attached. When you pull out the grill to put the rotisserie in is a great time to get those hands greasy and clean out the inside of the grill… You will need one of those foil disposable pans to put under the turkey to catch any dripping. I usually fill my about half way full of water. Once you have everything clean and ready it is time to get the turkey.
Rinse off the turkey and pat it dry add some salt and pepper to it, other seasonings if you wish. Then get the turkey nice and tight on the rotisserie itself. If your legs and wings are dangling a bit go ahead and get 2 pieces of wire and clean them with soap and water. Tie one around the legs and one around the wings to keep them nice and tight.
About 15 – 20 minutes per pound cooked on low which is right around 300*. When there is about 1 hour left in the cooking process melt some butter with seasonings on the stove go ahead and add a little water so it doesn’t flare up on the flame. Use that to baste the turkey while it is cooking. And there you have it a golden brown juicy turkey!
Submitted on 08/05/2007 at 1:08 PM
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