This applewood smoked turkey breast is rubbed with a blend of warm spices and smoked over a bed of coals and applewood. It is moist, tender and delicious! Growing up, a turkey was just meat you ate once a year at Thanksgiving.
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Smoked turkey breast is one of those dishes that is just as great for a weekend meal as it is for a fancy Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Those who have smoked turkey breasts like to point out how easy it is to dry them out while smoking. Nothing protects the delicate breast meat from drying out during smoking as much as skin and bone. That said, boneless and skinless turkey breasts will do just fine with this recipe as it provides an added layer of protection.
Brined turkey like never before. This turkey breast is placed in a salt and brown sugar brine and rubbed down with an herbed butter mixture sure to make your bird smokin'. Remove any excess fat from the breast.
Marinated Smoked Turkey Breast is all the goodness of a whole bird scaled down to a non-holiday portion. Perfect for a weeknight cookout. This is a delicious, tender and of course juicy recipe that you will cook again and again.
They are easy to prepare, devilishly delicious, can be cooked in the smoker in under 4 hours, and are easy to slice into individual servings. It's a win-win for everyone! These smoked boneless turkey breasts are simple and easy but the way to make them indescribably delicious is by using my rub to create that perfect crust on the outside.
Smoked Turkey Breast is a winning choice for your Thanksgiving table or any dining occasion. This turkey breast is bursting with smoky flavor, incredibly moist, and super tender too. Bring cider and next 7 ingredients to a boil in a large stockpot or 8-qt.
I HATE wasting food. This was not an issue considering we took down this turkey in a matter of days — just the two of us. You can absolutely smoke a whole turkey this way, and I have link some instructions in the recipe below.
The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us once again here in the USA and the tradition is to have turkey and perhaps ham and all the sides that go along with that. It's a time when family and friends get together and remember all that they have to be thankful for. Under normal circumstances I would be doing a full sized smoked turkey however, this time around, I plan to do a couple of smoked turkey breasts with a small smoked ham. These smoked turkey breasts are not a lot different in process than smoking a turkey with legs and wings but they do smoke up a little faster and most of my family other than me prefers the white meat.