If you've ever been to a Holland Grill cooking demonstration, you've probably seen the Holland rep grilling a whole turkey. We do this because people can't believe how moist and juicy the turkey on the Holland is and how easy it is to do. They turn out golden brown everytime. So why not cook your next turkey on the Holland Grill!
- Wash thawed turkey and pat dry.
- Let turkey sit out for 30-45 minutes to knock the chill off
- Generously sprinkle Carolina Seasoning mix all over the turkey and inside the cavity.
- Place on preheated Holland Grill main cooking grid and cook 12-15 minutes per pound.
- Use a Holland Digital Thermometer to check the internal temperature of the turkey. Your turkey will be perfectly cooked when the internal temperature of the turkey is 180 degrees F. Slide the probe into the breast of the turkey (not touching a bone) and place the timer unit on the shelf and close the lid. The probe will beep to let you know when the turkey is done.
- NO TURNING REQUIRED!
NOTE: Using the Holland Digital Thermometer
to grill your turkey is the best and easiest way to make sure your turkey is done. If you don't have one, you can buy one from your local Holland Grill dealer or directly from our website. CLICK HERE
to see where to place the temperature probe.CLICK HERE
for two more great turkey recipes for the Holland Grill.
Let your Holland Grill make celebrating the holidays delicious and easy.
Try our Holland turkey recipe for the tastiest grilled turkey you've ever eaten.
And remember, if you're lookin', you're not cookin'!TO GRILL A HAM
-- Grilling your Holiday ham uses practically the same procedure as grilling the turkey. If your ham is PRECOOKED (it usually says on the label and is the most common way to buy a ham) all you need to do is season the ham with Carolina Seasoning and grill the ham until the internal temperature of the thickest part of the meat reaches 140 degrees.
If the ham is raw, grill it until the internal temperature of the meat is 180 degrees.
You can make up a quick and easy glaze using equal parts brown sugar and yellow mustard. Brush the glaze over the ham the last half hour or so of grill time.
*This is the exact recipe for turkey we use at every Holland cooking demo. Enjoy!