Thanksgiving 2018 is upon us, and people are busy with the last-minute preparations. From beautiful decorations to mouth-watering dinner recipes, individuals have all geared up to spend some quality times with friends and families. While there is a lot of hassle with the holiday coming in, all you look for is quick and easy prep tips so that you can spend more time at the table than in the kitchen. Since, Turkey completes the Thanksgiving dinner, and there is a lot to do already, the internet has come up with unwittingly by sharing their thoughts on how to cook a turkey in the microwave. Parents are freaking out! Thanksgiving 2018: Know Date, History & Significance Behind the Most Awaited Holiday in U.S.
Yes, stuffing a bird inside the microwave typically is not one of the ways to cook a Thanksgiving turkey, so worry not, as it is a new prank. And your latest victims would be your parents and the dinner guests. #TurkeyChallenge is going viral on social media where younger people are scaring their parents by trying to cook it in a microwave and not oven. The reactions are beautifully varied. While some parents are warning about the dangers of foodborne disease, others feared that a frozen turkey in a microwave could explode. Thanksgiving 2018 Weather Forecast: Northeast America and Other Places to Experience Record Low-Temperatures.
Here are a few reactions to Turkeys being cooked in a microwave.
I asked my mom about cooking a turkey in the microwave 😂 pic.twitter.com/xtxBDFEkqB
— Chris Stuard (@chrisstuard23) November 15, 2018
— Brooke Tucker (@brookeftucker) November 15, 2018
So I asked my mom how long it takes to cook a 25lb turkey in the microwave and these were the results (side note she called me 3 times and left a voicemail for why I shouldn’t do it) 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/gKrFlMvhTA
— cassidy (@Cassidy_OMealia) November 16, 2018
I asked my mom how to cook a turkey in the microwave.. pic.twitter.com/s0XRuzbgmL
— Dorothy Scales (@DorothyScales2) November 15, 2018
Well, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) says that you can actually cook a delicious, juicy turkey breast in your microwave. But it is not a great idea as the dangers of consuming the uncooked turkey is real. According to Time, the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), last week reported the first death from a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey. So, guys, it looks good to prank but it advisable not to try to put the bird inside a microwave for Thanksgiving 2018 dinner.