The Original Turkey DunRite – Revolutionary Upside Down Cooker

5.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

Camerons Turkey DunRite is the best way to cook a turkey upside down in the air to keep the juices in the breast so it never dries out. Cooking time is shortened by 1/3. Stainless Steel construction that weighs only 2.5 lbs. Easy to assemble and stores flat. Dishwasher safe.


Cook a turkey in the air, upside down on the Turkey DunRite for moist turkey meat and crispy brown skin all over! After seasoning the turkey and stuffing only the neck end, slide the bird onto the saddle of the DunRite. Place the DunRite onto a large baking tray and put it in the oven or grill at 350-375 degrees. Cooking time is reduced to 13 minutes per pound which shortens the cooking time by a third.

All the juices flow into the breast and legs - even the left overs stay moist for a week or more. There are still enough drippings to make a great gravy or sauce for the meal. No basting required.

  • Stainless Steel construction. Weighs only 2.5 lbs.
  • Measures 13" x 9.75" x 8" in size.
  • Space saving unit breaks down to lay flat. Easy to assemble. Pin is permanently attached.
  • Unique stopped allows handle to fold down so that it does not rest on the turkey.
  • Dishwasher Safe.
  • Made in China.
5.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

3 reviews for The Original Turkey DunRite – Revolutionary Upside Down Cooker

  1. 5 out of 5

    TDQuicksilver (verified owner)

    I must say this is a superb idea and cooking the turkey upside down is a great concept! It allows the juices to run into the breast and keeps the turkey out of the fat as described. Held a 18 pound bird in my standard size oven just fine. Not sure what the previous reviewer thought they were getting, but I can say this does an excellent job of cooking your turkey in a quick & healthy way. The center piece that the bird slides onto transfers heat inside to allow it to cook inside as evenly as the outside. I will be giving these out for gifts this holiday season. Recommended!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Twenty-something (verified owner)

    This was my first year cooking a turkey. I am in my mid twenties and this was the first time that I hosted thanksgiving. I didn’t want to just take my mom’s word for it so I did A LOT of internet research on turkey preparation methods. Nothing against my mother but she usually cooked it in a bag which is really just steaming the turkey, not a true roast in my opinion. Cooking the turkey upside down sounded the most appealing, but I wanted my bird to look nice and not have deep V-rack creases on the nice breast meat. That is why I bought this item. My usually picky brother said it was the best turkey he ever had. I coated the inside and out with salt and pepper and a little lemon juice. I made an unsalted butter mixed with rosemary, thyme, sage etc. and spread it generously UNDER the skin. I put a few veggies in the cavity for flavor and then tied the legs and wings close to the body. This rack held my bird perfectly in my graniteware 19″ oval roaster. I didn’t baste or touch the turkey for 4 1/2 hours. I had a 19 pound turkey. I do not think it could hold a much bigger bird without the breast meat touching the pan as another reviewer noted. Maybe a 20 pound turkey would do but I wouldn’t push it. The two pieces do separate easily. The little pin holding them together likes to fall out, so be careful of that. I would recommend this product to anyone that wants to cook their turkey breast side down while maintaining good air flow.

  3. 5 out of 5

    K. M. Ellis (verified owner)

    I read all of the reviews and had concerns about making the purchase. Because the unit was reasonably priced, I decided to give it a try. I used it to roast a 23 lb. turkey on Thanksgiving and I was not disappointed. I noted that one reviewer indicated that, for turkeys in excess of 15 lbs., the breast would rest at the bottom of the pan. I placed the turkey on the unit and in to the roasting pan; it was just slightly above-about 1/8 of an inch-the bottom the pan. I solved that problem by placing a 12-inch by 17-inch heavy gauge cooling rack at the bottom of the roasting to elevate the bird. I placed the roasting pan on the lower rack of the oven and roasted it at 325 degrees. It was perfect. My family continually commented on how tender and moist the breast meat was. I did not have any problems with the pin disengaging. I would have given the unit 5 stars except for the design flaw–it is not tall enough to keep the turkey from resting in the pan juices without employing a solution such as sitting it on a rack. If it were 1-inch taller, it would given it 5 stars.

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