Norpro Reusable Turkey Timer
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- Reusable over 200 times
- Measures 25"/6cm
- This Product is BPA free
- Simply stick into the thickest part of the breast
- Easy to use
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I found that using a meat thermometer to check for doneness works better. I stick it into the innermost part of the thigh. A turkey needs to reach an internal temperature of 165F in the thigh meat before it can be considered done, at 180F I find the meat to be a bit overcooked and dry. When I just started cooking I used a common rule of 20 minutes per pound uses the over temperature of 325F. Through experimentation I found that I prefer to cook at a higher 475F to get crisper skin and a moister bird.
Ali Julia review
Since I was unsure about the performance of these reusable timers, I stuck in some 170-degree one-time timers as well.
The FDA says that turkey should be cooked to 165-degrees.
The reusable timers claim to "start to slide out from the housing" at 167-degrees and become fully extended at 185-degrees.
After the turkeys had cooked for a while, the one-time timers popped out, but the reusable timers were still fully retracted.
I let the turkeys cook for another half hour.
The final result was that one reusable timer didn't extend at all and one partially extended. The turkeys were edible but a bit overcooked.
Instructions with the reusable timers cautioned to remove the timers with care. I did, but one broke anyway.
In my opinion, these timers are unreliable and fragile.
The pop up that use wax as the trigger work great. Once they pop, press the popper back down into the liquid wax and let cool then reuse.