How To Carve a Turkey With an Electric Knife?

It's that pivotal moment of any holiday dinner: turkey carving time.
I have an Electric Knife and I want to see if I can use it to carve my turkey, I must be careful because I don't want to make a mess or ruin my turkey.
Can someone tell me whether an electric knife will cut through the bones of a 20 lb turkey ?
Is there a video I can follow?

asked by McKenna in Cooking & Recipes | 2890 views | 11-26-2009 at 07:35 PM

It's easy to carve a turkey using an electric knife, I've done it many times.

You need to wait about 15-20 minutes after you've cooked your turkey for it to obtain its maximum moistness. Plus, it will make the whole carving process easier. Some sites recommend you wrap it in aluminum foil as it stands. Use this time to wash up so you're not touching your guests' food with dirty hands.

Okay, you've been patient. Your guests are hungry, though, so it's time to start cutting up that bird. Use the fork to stabilize the turkey as you cut, and remember to be gentle for the best results!

answered by Dominick | 11-26-2009 at 07:39 PM

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