2 Rotisserie Turkey Breasts on Weber Genesis II E-310 Gas Grill

Full recipe for 2 Turkey Breasts Brined and cooked Rotisserie Style, on a Weber Genesis II E-310 Propane Gas Grill

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2 Bone-In Turkey Breasts, about 5 pounds each.
Turkey Brine of choice
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, or Virgin Olive Oil
Poultry Seasoning of choice
1 Stick of melted butter



  1. If Frozen, the turkey breasts will need about 4 days to thaw in the refrigerator.
  2. Prepare Brine and allow to cool.
  3. Take the Turkey Breast out of packaging. Remove any gravy packets in the packaging.
  4. Pat the turkey breasts dry and place into a brine bag. Have the brine bag in a roasting pan.
  5. Pour in the brine, seal the brine bag and let them brine for at least 5 hours, with the roasting pan and brine bag in the refrigerator.
  6. Remove turkey breasts from the brine and pat dry.
  7. Truss the Turkey Breasts with cooking twine.
    For each turkey breast: Use about 3 strings around the width at separate points.  And use 1 large string wrapped a couple of times lengthwise around the turkey breast.  You will need to use good double knots to hold the cooking twine tightly in place.
  8. Place the turkey breasts onto the rotisserie rod. If you only have 2 rotisserie spits, have the open end of each turkey breast facing into a rotisserie spit.
  9. Pre-Warm the grill to 500° F., then lower the grill temperature to 350° F.
  10. Place the turkey breasts into the grill rotisserie and start spinning them on the rotisserie. While they start spinning, brush on oil and then shake on poultry seasoning.
  11. Allow to cook with the lid closed for 1 hour and then check meat temperature. If the meat is over 140° F., brush on melted butter.  Or wait 30 minutes and check again.
  12. After adding butter, close the lid and check in 30-minute intervals. Until the internal meat temperature is at least 165°F.
  13. Enjoy!


Note:  Food safety guidelines mention, turkey meat should be removed from the bones within 2 hours after cooking your turkey.  Legs and wings can be kept whole.