This has great flavor from the rub and the onions and apple juice used during cooking. It is a family favorite. I use a special bbq suce mix to finish it off.
It cooks all day and takes very little work to finish it off.
This is a "dry salt brining" method, and it makes the most amazing turkey you've ever had. You have to start 2-3 days in advance but it's worth it and it's much less messy than wet brining. The turkey is juicy and tender with a great texture. This turkey can also be stuffed (unlike wet brined ones) because it's not too salty. The technique came from the LA Times with changes and additions of my own.
My family loves this! The combination of meat, marinade, cheese, and veggies tastes great and looks like you slaved for hours! You can change the ingredients to suit your taste and your diet. A great way to get kids to eat veggies!
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