Bojangles fried Thanksgiving turkeys review – are they good and how much do these thanksgiving fried turkeys cost?

Bojangles fried Thanksgiving turkey review

I highly recommend the Bojangles fried turkeys for Thanksgiving dinner!

To do Thanksgiving right you need to have two turkeys for dinner. You need to have one baked the regular way in the oven and the other fried. Frying a turkey can take several hours depending upon the size of a turkey and can make quite a mess and is even dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Instead of going through all that, last year, I decided to buy a ready fried Thanksgiving turkey at my local Bojangles restaurant.

It was actually really good. I have cooked on my own some fried turkeys that were better and also some that were not as good. One year the stores around me ran out of peanut oil and I had to use vegetable oil and it was basically a tasteless fried turkey – I will never make that mistake again.

Anyway, as anyone who has fried a turkey knows it takes quite a bit of time to do it in the can make quite a mess in the area where you are cooking or frying the turkey. You have to take the time to lay down cardboard around that area or similar to protect your concrete from being stained from the grease and oil that will spatter everywhere.


Some people that don’t know what they’re doing when they’re frying a turkey can actually cause a house fire if the oil catches fire. This is actually happen and happens here where I live at least once or twice a year. I found it to be much more pleasant to be able to purchase a ready fried Thanksgiving turkey from the Bojangles restaurant which is just a few miles down the road.

Their fried turkeys are really good in this way I don’t have to spend half of a day watching a turkey fry. I can instead spend the time with my family and friends which is what Thanksgiving is all about. When I served the Bojangles fried turkey last year to my guests and family no one knew that I didn’t try it myself.

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The only bad thing about buying a turkey from Bojangles is that it costs around $35 or so. And this is for a 10 to 15 pound turkey. So if you were to buy a turkey at your local grocery store you would probably pay about $15 for it. But then you would have to pay $10-$15 for the oil to fry it with. And then you would need to have a turkey fryer and the propane tank for it.

All said and done it’s actually a much better deal to buy your Thanksgiving turkey already fried and ready to go from Bojangles restaurant. If you don’t have a Bojangles near you then I hear that Boston market does something similar – I’m not sure if they fry it though, like Bojangles does. But I do highly recommend the Bojangles fried Thanksgiving turkeys (and they’re also great for Christmas dinner too)!

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3 Responses to Bojangles fried Thanksgiving turkeys review – are they good and how much do these thanksgiving fried turkeys cost?

  1. Melv. on November 20, 2010 at 3:59 PM

    Bojangles fried chicken food sucks but the one near me has a hotty at the cash register that is easy on the eyes if you know what I mean.

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  2. I Love Fast Food on May 6, 2011 at 12:36 AM

    I love Bojangles (a favourite place to eat since 5), but the only trend that I don’t care for is the employees not asking you what sauce that you want when it comes to supreme dinners– they always (& I mean ALWAYS) give me honey mustard. That would be fine, but…

    I HATE THEIR VERSION OF HONEY MUSTARD! To be honest, I’ve never been able to taste neither the honey OR the mustard in it. It’s so digusting– yet they always try to sneak it in the to-go boxes at the drive-thru! I noticed that they even show it in the commercials with the dinners! I don’t understand what’s so great about that crappy sauce. Yet, when I ask for BBQ sauces (which on the other hand, is tasty), the employees & cashiers look at us as if we asked for one of them to take off their clothes & do the cabbage patch!

    Other than that issue, the food is excellent. Chicken Supremes ftw!!

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  3. Becky Miller on November 15, 2011 at 5:38 PM

    Could not find the price of how much the turkey would be.

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