It's not Thanksgiving yet, but your craving for turkey is starting to rear its head. Buying a whole turkey is senseless — you're not feeding 17 hungry souls as you would during the holiday, so a turkey breast sounds like a good idea. Knowing that the breast is the one part of the turkey that dries out during the roasting process, you search for ways to make your breast tender, moist and satisfying while adhering to published turkey cooking times.
Turkey is most commonly served during the holiday season, but has gained in popularity for family dinners year-round. Turkey breast is typically sold boneless and can be cooked in many ways. Cook boneless turkey breast on the grill, in a slow cooker or in the oven.
Although turkey is a popular meal around the holidays, turkey breast makes a great meal any time of the year! You can adjust the seasonings depending on the type of meal you're making and cook the meat in the oven or slow cooker. Roasting the turkey breast will give it browned, crispy skin, while slow-cooking the turkey will give you a flavorful hands-off meal.
Roast Turkey Breast is an easy way to enjoy turkey without having to roast a whole bird. We love Thanksgiving around here, and turkey is always the star of the show. We always prepare a few other dishes like stuffing and mashed potatoesbut a full turkey dinner takes a lot of work. This roasted turkey breast solves that!
Roasted turkey breast is a great alternative to roasting a whole turkey. You can roast a turkey breast in about an hour, as compared with up to five hours for a whole turkey. Another bonus: With no dark meat to worry about, you can roast a turkey breast at a higher temperature than you would a whole turkey, so the skin gets nice and crispy while the meat remains moist and juicy.
One 6-pound fresh turkey breast, on the bone, rinsed and patted dry. Copyright Television Food Network, G. All rights reserved.
The most common question about food preparation concerns safe handling and cooking of poultry. Meat Spot has the answers. Step 1: When you bring your fresh poultry home from Meat Spot, be certain to rinse and pat dry the poultry with a paper towel.
This turkey breast recipe is your saving grace! The holidays can get a little crazy in this house, with family coming in and coordinating schedules, so I totally get it. All you have to do is season some butter with herbs, salt, and pepper, then rub it under the skin, and get it in the oven.
Recipes 04 Dec By Sam WassMedium Well. Take the joint out of the fridge, remove all packaging and allow the turkey to come up to room temperature, for at least an hour or so.