When you're feeding a crowd, it may take more than one turkey, but most of us only have one oven. We have you covered with great tips to ease your concerns.
You don't have to add additional time when you cook two turkeys at the same time. As long as you separate them so the heat surrounds all sides of both turkeys, follow the appropriate cooking time for each turkey. Be sure to use your meat thermometer to gauge when each turkey is done. The turkey should be cooked at 325 degrees F until the meat thermometer registers 165 degrees F in the stuffing, 170 degrees F in the breast and 180 degrees F in the thigh.