If you follow the bag instructions you should have no problem. Also, I usually oil the skin of the turkey and always have a beautifully browned bird everytime. I never take it out of the bag until it's done. Also, to get all of the juice out... have a strong person hold the bag by the tied end over the baking pan, snip one corner and the juice pours out easily. Then make your gravy either in the roasting pan or transfer to a pot to do it. I have used cooking bags for turkeys for years without one mishap. I always stuff mine using half purchased herbed cubes and my own cube dry bread, fresh sage and cubed apples, chopped celery, chicken broth and an egg or two to bind it. If you follow the bag instructions for a stuffed bird the dressing will always be piping hot. I make enough to have extra for a casserole. Also, I have found these great cheese cloth bags at at the dollar store. The stuffing pulls right out. Love it!
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If you follow the bag instructions you should have no problem. Also, I usually oil the skin...