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Turkey is the traditional Christmas bird, but it’s available all year round, and there is nothing more mouth-watering than a perfectly cooked, tender and juicy turkey. But it all starts with knowing the ideal temperature to cook your turkey.

It’s easy to make mistakes when cooking your turkey. If you cook the turkey at too high a temperature, you might have crispy skin but an undercooked turkey. Cook the turkey at too low a temperature, and you run the risk of salmonella infection.

There is no one temperature fits all approach when it comes to the perfect roast.
But there are paramatres to follow to ensure that you have the best chance of opening your oven’s door to a perfectly cooked turkey. Fill out the form below and learn how long you should be cooking your turkey!

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