Poultry Texas Smoked Turkey Breast

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This looks amazing, hoping to give it a try this weekend.

Texas Turkey Breast Directions:
1. Prepare smoker for indirect cooking at 275 degrees using Post Oak wood for fuel and smoke flavor.
2. Remove the skin from the turkey breast and trim away excess fat.
3. Season with Killer Hogs TX Brisket Rub*
4. Place the turkey breast on the pit and smoke for 2 hours.
5. Cut the stick of butter into pieces. Place half the butter on a double layer of aluminum foil and set the turkey breast top-side down on the butter. Place remaining butter on top and wrap the foil around.
6. Set the turkey back on the pit and insert a probe thermometer.
7. Continue to cook until internal temperature reaches 162 degrees.
8. Remove the turkey breast from the pit and rest for 20-30 minutes before slicing.


 
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According to my FireBoard session, 200f for about 5 hrs. The smoke ring was about 3/4 in. And it was really juicy, I didn’t probe with MK4 for a couple hrs
 
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Another awesome meal off the Traeger. The seasoning was on point! We ended up eating these on Hawaiian Rolls with Sugar Ray's :ROFLMAO: Sweet Baby Ray's Sweet and Spicy BBQ sauce.

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Another awesome meal off the Traeger. The seasoning was on point! We ended up eating these on Hawaiian Rolls with Sugar Ray's sweet and spicy bbq sauce.

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I don't cook turkey enough. That looks really good, inspiring me to cook another one. I just did two that I sliced and froze for sandwiches. Now I need some for a meal
We have our Thanksgiving coming up next month, and I can see what I am doing.
 
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