This easy Thanksgiving breast is just the right amount to serve two with leftovers, or four for dinner. The breast goes into the oven at a relatively high temperature to take on some color, then finishes low and slow for extreme juiciness. Pastrami gets all the good spices.
Toasted ancho chiles, garlic and scallions flavor the butter that's rubbed all over the turkey breast and bastes it as it roasts. Braising drumsticks is as simple as roasting a whole bird and the gravy is equally delicious, but there's no worry of over-cooking, plus you can prepare the dish ahead and serve it whenever you are ready. The tangerine, brown sugar and sage glaze on chef Dean Fearing's gorgeous turkey gives it a rich, burnished color when it comes out of the oven.
This garlic and herb roast turkey breast is tender, juicy and full of flavor. Perfect for Thanksgiving! This Garlic and Herb Roast Turkey Breast is crispy on the outside and tender, juicy, and flavorful on the inside.
Without a doubt, this is the easiest, safest and tastiest way to cook turkey breast without brining. Then use the juices to make a killer gravy! Turkey breast is notoriously lean so the only way to guarantee it comes out juicy if you roast it in the oven is to brine it — dry or wet brine.
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.
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.
Turkey breast offers the flavor of turkey without a refrigerator full of leftovers. Whether it is for a small holiday gathering or just an everyday meal, these recipes for turkey breast are the best for whatever the occasion. The best part is that turkey breast can be cooked using all the different methods you might want to try for a whole turkey, so you can experiment with grilling, smoking or even deep frying the bird. If you want to experiment with deep fried turkey this is a great recipe to start out with.
Hosting a small Thanksgiving feast? This easy turkey breast recipe serves four - and your stuffing's all taken care of, too! No dry turkey here!