Roast turkey is traditional for all kinds of holidays, especially for family ones like Thanksgiving and Christmas, and for various family parties. If you are preparing for one, it’s high time to make delicious roast turkey to feed everyone! Here are some DIY recipes to make such delicious turkey.
Roast turkey with chipotle gravy is a great twist on your holiday bird. It keeps the great traditional turkey flavor but kicks it up. And it’s fast enough to make on a weeknight. This is a very tasty dish with a rather simple sauce, so enjoy!
This rosemary and lemon turkey is adorable! The meat of the turkey itself comes out juicy and flavorful, and it is very important to cook your turkey based on temperature and not cooking time as there are many variables when it comes to cooking a whole turkey! Depending on your type of oven (convection), size of bird, method of preparation and choice of stuffing, your turkey can easily vary in cooking time from recommended time charts.
Everyone wants a beautiful roast turkey for Thanksgiving but not everyone has a crowd to feed. If you want to make turkey your holiday centerpiece without the hassle of a whole bird, a bone-in turkey breast is a great option. A bone-in turkey breast is generally around the size of a whole chicken. Roast turkey breast turns out tender and flavorful with this easy recipe using herb butter. This approach to roast turkey is perfect for small holiday meals.
A perfectly cooked turkey is not a difficult thing. Pick a good quality bird, keep it under 14 lbs, don’t stuff it and dry brine it. Dry brined roast turkey deserves a whole lot more attention than it gets. One tbsp of kosher salt per 5 pounds of bird – that’s all you need to know to realize this recipe.
Turkey roulade is a guarantee for tender, juicy, flavorful turkey! It’s a beautiful addition to your holiday table that isn’t very complicated and, best of all, you put it together the day before you plan to eat it. And with all of the fresh herbs and garlic, this turkey roulade is not only wonderful hot – leftovers make exceptional sandwiches!
Garlic herb butter roasted turkey – golden, juicy, and delicious, this is my go-to recipe with a hint of buttery herb flavor and a beautiful color. It’s perfect for serving a crowd at Thanksgiving or Christmas & best all, it’s easy to customize with your favorite herbs.
Simple and fool-proof, this easy roasted sage pesto turkey is made with just two ingredients and is loaded with seasonal flavors your family will love. The perfect centerpiece to any holiday meal!
Crispy cranberry-herb butter butterflied turkey with roasted vegetables are the result of browned milk solids and charred seasonings forming a crust on the turkey skin. In other words, every crispy, crunchy speck isn’t just there for your textural enjoyment, it’s also loaded with flavor. That flavor, more specifically, is a combination of cranberry, herbs, orange zest, and garlic.
This delicate seasoning gets sprinkled into a week like fresh thyme gets sprinkled onto roasted garlic turkey breast, offering up a rare and elevating flavor, and much needed coziness and comfort. They are the delicate threads of saffron in a pot of fragrant basmati rice, or the tiny little green leaves of thyme and the savory-sweet addition of roasted garlic that deliciously season and flavor a festive, holiday turkey breast, taking it from pleasurable to scrumptious.
Not everyone wants or needs to roast a whole turkey for Thanksgiving. Perhaps you plan on a small Thanksgiving gathering, or maybe your family members have a strong preference for either white or dark meat. Either way, roasting just a couple of turkey breasts, or a few turkey drumsticks, has some clear advantages, including a shorter roasting time and a better tasting bird – roasting parts of the bird means avoiding the issue of white meat that becomes too dry by the time the dark meat is fully cooked.