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Smoked Turkey Breast on a Kettle Grill


Here is a very simple way to smoke a Bone-In Turkey Breast. Remove from package and rinse off. Dry off with a paper towel. Apply rub of your choice.



Arrange grill for indirect cooking. Place wood chunks or chips in coals to get additional smoke flavor. Allow to cook for 2-4 hours, when it reaches a temperature of 160-162 degrees. Remove and cover with foil for 15-30 minutes. Carve and serve.



For full detailed instructions on this recipe simply watch the video below.