Dos And Don’ts For Safely Thawing Your Thanksgiving Turkey
Do Wash Your Hands Before and After Handling Raw Poultry.
Don’t Defrost Frozen Turkeys at Room Temperature.
Do Plan Ahead for Slow Thawing in the Refrigerator.
Don’t Thaw in the Microwave and Place Back in the Fridge.
Do Thaw in Cold water, & make sur you change water and rotate the bird frequently.
Don’t Run the Turkey Under Hot Water
Do Cook Frozen Turkey at a Safe Internal Temperature.
Raw turkey needs to be cooked to the safe internal temperature of 165 degree Fahrenheit, according at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
To check the internal temperature, use a food thermometer and check multiple places. Once it’s reached this temperature, it’s time to enjoy!
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