Smoked turkey adds a delicious twist to a traditional Thanksgiving menu -- and makes for great leftovers too. Whether you splurge on a whole smoked turkey or simply use the breast, our recipes for smoked turkey in salads, sandwiches, and casseroles will give you plenty of great ways to serve it this Thanksgiving.
From Family Circle
Soaking the turkey breast in the spicy brown sugar brine helps keep the meat moist and juicy, even after 1 1/2 hours of smoke cooking.
From Better Homes and Gardens
This smoked turkey breast is great for entertaining because it feeds a crowd. Plus there's not much to do except wait while the brine turns the bird luxurious and then wait again until the grill turns it irresistible.
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