So, I think I've messed up on Turkey defrosting for Christmas Day. Packaging says defrost for 10-12 hours per kilogram in a fridge at 4 degrees centigrade. Turkey Crown is 2.8kg so thats 28hours or so. Well, I removed at 1900 hours Christmas Eve, so I'm in some bother. Do we know the defrost time at room temperature?
I know Isaac Newton developed at law of cooling that says the rate of temperature change is proportional to the temperature difference. So I'm hoping room temperature should get the turkey crown defrosted in time.
[The stakes are Christmas Dinner for 13.]