At 350 degrees f how many minutes per pound do you roast a turkey breast?
I cook my turkey's stuffed. I start by searing it for 15 minutes in a 450 oven, then baste w/ butter and tent w/ foil. The searing helps to seal in juices. Cook at 350 about 17 minutes per pound. I just leave it until the last hour or so, then un-tent, baste, and check the temp with a meat thermometer. Recover loosely with the foil. I baste about every 20 minutes until it is done, but for the last half hour, I remove the foil completely so the skin can get golden brown.
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1 lb per person for moderate leftovers, 1 1/4 or more for more leftovers, or if you have big eaters? . Answer . That really depends on how many leftovers you want, and how many meals you would like to make out of it.
If it's roast beef and you want it medium rare in the middle andcooked on the ends then put the oven up to 400 degrees for 20 - 30minutes and then put it down to 330 - 350 (basting every 15 minutesin it's own juices. It would 15 - 20 minutes per pound. Frozen beefroasts cook faster so cook 12 - 15 minutes per pound. You can use athermometer to test it or, cut into the middle of the roast alittle to see if it's the way you want it. DO NOT RUB SALT ON YOURROAST as it toughens the meat. BBQ sauces go on near the end withlid off (to glaze it) and herbs with flour can go on the roastimmediately. If you want to marinade the roast beef you can do itthe night before and refrigerate or do it first thing in themorning.
Answer Use an accurate instant read meat thermometer. The Department of Agriculture recommends an internal temperature of a turkey to be 165 degrees in the inner part of the thigh. The breast meat will be about 10 degrees higher. Grilled over indirect heat it should take approximately 11-14 minutes per pound.
Cooking times are very hard to pinpoint because there are so many variables that affect it. Different ovens, The temperature of the food before it begins cooking. The best way to determine doneness, exp with poultry, is a meat thermometer. Most times are just an estimate, and should be used that way.
It depends on the cut of beef you are using, because that affects the temperature you cook it at. If you are cooking a tougher cut of meat like a pot roast, you need to cook the meat at a low temperature for longer period of time, to allow the connective tissue to break down and the meat to soften. For other cuts of beef, such as a standing rib roast or a prime rib roast, there are a number of different approaches, but basically you can cook the meat faster at a higher temperature. One method involves starting the roast at the highest temperature, 450 or 500 degrees, for half an hour and then reducing the temperature. Another method is Paula Deen's rib roast recipe below link: How long you cook the beef also depends on the doneness you want, if you want it medium rare, for example, you are aiming for a temperature of 140 to 145 degrees.
15 minutes per pound for a boneless ham until it reaches an internal temperature of 140 degrees.
Most recipes are baked at a 350 degree F oven, as an experiment. If they work, then they are submitted as a recipe.
Roasting times for whole turkeys Preheat your oven to 160°C (325°F) and use these cooking times to prepare roast turkey that's moist, tender and delicious. 8 to 10 lb Un Stuffed Turkey 2 ¾ - 3 hrs. 8 to 10 lb Stuffed Turkey 3 ¼ - 3 ½ hrs. Turkey is fully cooked and safe to eat when the meat thermometer reads 77°C or 170°F for an un-stuffed turkey and 82°C or 180°F for a stuffed turkey.
After searing the roast in the oven at 400 degrees for 15 mins. I cook it for 25 to 27 mins. per pound. I then let it sit under foil paper for 20 to 30 mins. and carve. I hope this helps, Patty
20 lbs at 20 minutes per lbs... 20 x 20 = 400 total minutes 400 mins / 60 mins = 6.6 hours So roughly... 6 1/2 hours.
at 20 minutes per pound, with 20lbs: 20lbs multiplied by 20 minutes is 400 minutes. Which is about 6.5-7 hrs.
Suggestions vary, but the concensus is to roast for 20-30 minutes per pound at 325-325 degrees. You want to get to an internal temperature in the center of the roast of 175F.
Hi! I have a suggestion for you that I use every time I cook a turkey. Butterball.com has great charts to help you select the size turkey you'll need based on how many guests, and also will ask if the bird is fresh or frozen; stuffed or unstuffed. It'll figure out how long at what temp for you! My turkey is 13 pounds, so I'll cook at 325 for about three hours. I always use a meat thermometer as well as watch the pop-up thingy that comes with the bird to make sure it's done enough, but not overcooked. Hope this helps. I use it every year, and have had great results. you'll do fine!. Happy Thanksgiving. Here are some useful guidelines for bringing your bird up to 170 degrees F. Place it in a non-convection oven at 325 degrees F for the time shown below:. 4-8 lbs 2-3 hrs. 8-12 lbs 3-4 hrs. 12-16 lbs 4-5 hrs. 16-20 lbs 5-6 hrs. 20-24 lbs 6-7 hrs
about 15 lb thank you yep 15 lb is the average turkey a personconsumes a year thank you
Bake the porketta at 325 degrees F. (30 to 40 minutes per pound). Use a thermometer checking the center of the roast and when it registers 170 degrees, DONE!!!!!!!! Take it out and let it rest 15 minutes before cutting it into pieces. This way the juices stay in.
A precooked ham is already cooked and needs only to be heated to a desired temperature, if it is wanted to serve it hot. As a precooked item, it can be sliced and served cold.
A normal serving of roast beef tenderloin style would be 6 to 8 ounces. For roast beef prime rib style you'll want about a pound per person.
Calories in 1 pound of turkey breast Turkey can be cooked with the skin on and then removed before eating or not. Here are examples for both options. There are: . approx 608 calories in 1 pound of roast turkey breast, no skin . approx 848 calories in 1 pound of roast turkey breast including the skin . approx 1072 calories in 1 pound of (skin and fat removed) ground/minced cooked turkey breast . approx 480 calories in pound of raw white turkey meat, no skin. . For the calories in vegetables and fruits to serve with turkey, and vegetable and fruit calorie charts, which you may use as daily guides, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
You should prepare to cook your stuffed chicken for 20 minutes perpound. This is longer if the chicken is frozen.
If roasting a chicken in a 350 degree oven, allow about 20 minutes per pound. If it's a whole chicken the leg joints should move freely when it's cooked. If it's chicken pieces, pierce the thickest piece of chicken with a fork and the juices should run clear when cooked.
You cook a 7 pound roast at 40 minutes per pound for 4 hours and 40 minutes.
Roasting Times for a Turkey Breast Cooked in a 325Â°F Conventional Oven Weight Unstuffed Stuffed 2 to 3 pounds 1Â½ to 2 hours 4 to 6 pounds 1Â½ to 2Â¼ hours 7 to 8 pounds 2Â¼ to 3Â¼ hours 3 to 4 hours
It depends on what size portions you plan to give. At 4 ounces served per person (probably not quite enough, depending on the people and what the function is; lunch, dinner, snacks, etc.), you will need 9 pounds. At 6 ounces per person (common), you will need 13.5 pounds. At 8 ounces per person, you will need 18 pounds.
There are approximately 6 serving of turkey in a 6 pound bone inturkey. The turkey should feed about 6 adults.
The best way to determine how much turkey is needed, is that thereshould 1 pound of turkey for ever adult. An 8 pound turkey shouldfeed 8 people.
14 pounds turkey, washed and dried salt dried thyme, crumbled dried basil, crumbled black pepper cayenne pepper white pepper butter, softened Rub turkey with butter. Wrap ends of legs and wings with aluminum foil to prevent burning while cooking. Sprinkle salt, thyme, basil, and three peppers (black, red and white) onto turkey and rub in well. Preheat oven to 500 degrees F. Place turkey in oven and cook at 500 degrees F until honey-colored (10-20 minutes). Leave uncovered. Lower heat to 200 degrees F and cook 40-50 minutes per pound. Baste occasionally. Do NOT stuff this turkey, due to the low cooking temperature. Cook dressing separate..
It depends on the recipe. Most say to use a 350 degree oven and cook a nineteen pound turkey just about 4 hours. However, I like to cook it at 315 to 325 degrees for 5.5 hours. JUICIER!!
For medium-rare, about 15 minutes per pound at 325ÂºF, but this is a somewhat hit-or-miss method, since ovens vary. The best method is to use a meat thermometer and cook to the desired temperature. The thermometer (available at the dollar store) should be inserted to the center of the roast and not near the bone. Rare - 140ÂºF Medium - 160ÂºF Well - 170ÂºF or above
A rolled boneless turkey breast should be cooked 20 minutes perpound. The turkey breast needs to be cook at 350 degrees.
A 3.5 pound turkey breast should be for about 2 hours. The turkeybreast can be cooked in the oven at 325 degrees.
If a 5-pound turkey breast feeds 8 people how many turkey breast do you need to feed 20 how do you work this out?
Wrong kind of breast silly. Shoot this question over to the knowledgeable folks in recipes and food.
If it is something that is not critical for specific timing (like a cake), but instead is something you are roasting (like potatoes), you can convert 45 at 350 to about 35-38 at 400. Just keep an eye on it!
probley 3 hours or more in a crock pot about 4 hours & its well done
That depends on what substance is flowing. 150 gallons of air: very few pounds 150 gallons of water: around 1,250 pounds 150 gallons of molten lead: a lot more than 1,250 pounds
For cooking purposes, 350 o F (gas mark 4) is normally converted to 180 o C (though one chart I have has it at 175 o C). For a more accurate conversion 350 o F = (350-32)*5/9 ~= 176.7 o C
You will need approximately 40 pounds of turkey breast. You alsowant to make sure the make side dishes to go along with the turkeybreast.
Approximate roasting time for a six- to eight-pound prime rib roast will be 2Â¼ to 2Â½ hours for medium rare; and 2Â¾ to 3 hours for medium in a 350 degree (F) oven.
A baked chicken breast should be done in 30 - 45 minutes at 350 degrees F. To test for doneness, poke a thick part of the meat with a sharp knife or fork. If the juices run pink, cook longer. If the juices run out clear, the chicken should be done.
it is right it is 350 degress F if u put it in a microwave but please use a oven in case it burns :)
20 minutes per pound at 350 degrees is usually sufficient time to cook. More if it is stuffed. Check with meat thermometer at one hour and adjust time/temp
Cooking time varies depending on the following: Covered Roasting Pan? Uncovered Roasting Pan ? Oil cooking? Stuffed or not? Oven Temperature used/set on? Best answer for traditional cooking time for a 17 lb. uncovered and stuffed Turkey with oven setting @ 325 degrees is 6hrs . Best answer for traditional cooking time for a 17 lb. covered and stuffed Turkey with oven setting @ 450 degrees would be 3 1/4 hrs. Hope this answer helps some of you! ENJOY and be THANKFUL!! Submitted by: SAN The average guidance is 20 min. per pound regardless of method, but test the turkey for 175F at the thigh and 165F at the breast before removing it.
See the link below for cooking times and temps for turkeys. If your specific need can't be found on their site, use their 800 number to ask a person.
1 hour covered last 20 min uncovered , unless it is a oversized breast. Then add 20 to 30 more mins...
A general rule of thumb is to cook all chicken and turkey until ithas an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Typically you cook ahalf hour per pound leading you to cook it for approximately threeto four hours.
A good rule of thumb for cooking a turkey should be about 20minutes per pound. So, for a 15.5 pound turkey it should cook forabout 5 hours.
Well if you bought it from the store then it should say on the package how many people it will feed.
Thinking purely mathematically: change in temperature of 14.3%, so increase of time by same percentage => 46 minutes (to nearest whole minute). However, this doesn't take into consideration the heat transfer through the food (assumes a linear relationship). Realistically: Cooking at a lower temperature for slower cooks the food 'deeper', whereas giving the food a quick 'blast' in the oven tends to cook the outside but leave the inside softer/ less cooked. Usually, people aim to cook the food thoroughly, so cook at a low heat for longer. However, particularly when making unusual deserts (at least, in my rather limited experience), sometimes it is preferable to cook quickly at a high temperature. Basically, cook for roughly 45 minutes, but be prepared for the food to be cooked slightly differently to normal.
I like to sear the surface of a rib roast a bit, to hold in thejuices. I preheat the oven to HOT (~650ÂºF), put the roast in theoven and immediately turn down the thermostat to 325ÂºF. The oventemperature will drift down to the desired temperature. Start yourtimer as soon as you put the meat in, and roast for about15 minutes per pound , and then start checking the meat'sinternal temperature. USE a MEAT THERMOMETER!
The Roasting Time For A 16 To 20 Pound Turkey Is One Fourth Hour Per Pound How Long Will It Take To Roast An 18 Pound Turkey?
This is a tricky question. First, the standard roasting temperature is a preheated oven at 350 Â°F or 180Â°C or gas mark 7 hot If ever in doubt about length of cooking time, speak with your butcher for his opinion. However, to safely roast a turkey or for that matter any farm raised poultry, it should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165Â°F (74Â°C) using a proper and calibrated digital cooking thermometer. Not to be confused with an Oven or Candy thermometer. When you insert the tbermometer into the turkey, please ensure it is in the thickest (meatiest) part of the breast meat. Leave the thermometer Inserted for at least two to three minutes or when the reading stops climbing. This is in accordance with standard HACCP proceedures. When the 'big walking bird' is at the required temperature, remove from the oven, cover with cooking foil and let rest 5 minutes minimum before carving. It is also strongly advised that after the 5 minutes rest, immediately remove all stuffing from the bird. Far too many family members around the world have fallen ill because of 'guessing' at when the bird is cooked. Be smart and invest in a cooks thermometer and you will always have not only a cooked meal but a safe one as well. Good luck and happy thanksgiving or whatever celebration is coming your way.
20 minutes per pound plus an extra 20 minutes. In this case 5 hours15 minutes.