Hot Smoked Turkey Recipe | Muurikka Electric Smoker | Smoked Meat

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Sometimes, all turkey needs is a little bit of imparted smokey flavours.

Our Electric smoker is quick and easy to use.



2 lb sweet potatoes
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tsp orange zest
2 tbsp, orange juice
1 tbsp honey
½ tsp pepper
1 tsp minced fresh ginger
¼ tsp salt
1 ½ cups chopped pecans
½ cup dried cranberries
½ kilo fresh turkey breasts (or more)


Electric Smoker Directions:

Prepare your Muurikka Electric Smoker by turning it on. 

Place the turkey in the smoking oven (without the wood chips) and roast for approximately 20 minutes.

After this time, carefully insert the wood chips into the electric smoker and cook the turkey for a further 30 minutes. 
Remove from the electric smoker, set aside and cover with foil.



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Sweet Potatoes:
Meanwhile, prepare the sweet potatoes.  In a medium saucepan, boil the sweet potatoes in salted water until tender. Drain and toss with the lemon juice.
    In a large salad bowl combne the mayonnaise, orange zest, orange juice, honey, pepper, ginger and salt.
      Stir in the warm sweet potatoes, smoked turkey, pecans and cranberries.

        Muurikka Electric Smokers – just change the chips and taste the difference.


        • Every time I make this recipe, it gets better every time.. It’s been trial and error for me but I’m getting there.
          Thx Caroline

          Peter Mowbraye
        • Love our smoker and tried this recipe last week.

          Perfect Christmas meal too!
          Very happy with your electric smoker and great customer service

          Thanks again

          Susanne Doreen Dorloe
        • I have one and love it, I bought one for one son-in-law, now it’s another son-in-laws birthday and given he keeps stealing mine thought it would be time to get him his own!!

          Hear from you soon.


          Peter Muriwai

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