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What a surprise to find so many unique ways to prepare a turkey. Of course, the internet is full of ideas but we wanted to share a few with you that stood out. From traditional to bacon wrapped the options are endless.
Cooking a large meal can be intimidating on its own. Add in a holiday gathering and it can leave you overwhelmed. A little time spent planning can make all the difference. Take a look at some recipes, read the tips they offer and never pass up the reviews. It can be an enjoyable experience no matter your cooking skill level.
Did you know that your turkey should rest 15-30 minutes before carving? This Food Network article walks you through the entire carving process. Let the experts teach you the best tips. There is even a video for those of us that are visual learners.
This is a departure from our regular recipe sharing but why not indulge in a delicious turkey from time to time? There are many healthy sides to pair your chosen recipe with. Check out the recipe section of our Go Nutrients Blog.
Traditional Roast Turkey
Food Network and Alton Brown bing us the Traditional Roast Turkey. There is just something to be said about following a tradition in the kitchen. The smells, tastes, and sounds can bring us back to times gone by.
This recipe is listed as an intermediate skill level but a beginner can certainly take it on. Read through the full recipe and the 140+ 5 star reviews. This is packed with wonderful tips and tweaks that make this a wonderful recipe for any skill level. Don’t miss out on the wonderful video as well.
Any turkey recipe that starts with the whole bird will take a fair amount of time. This one is no different at 3 hours and 15 minutes total time.
Roast Turkey with Cranberry-orange Glaze
Doesn’t that photo just ooze delicious? This recipe brings cranberries to the table in a new way. With this recipe your favorite flavors will work together to bring your turkey to a new level.
Roast Turkey with Cranberry-orange Glaze is rated as easy but does have a four and a half hours total prep and cook time. If you plan an early meal this will need to begin filling your home with scrumptious smells early in the day.
An anonymous reviewer has some wonderful tips to share. Don’t miss out on a flavorful gravy to put the final touch on this meal.
The juices that will flow from this bird will be just the first perk of making this recipe. This Butter-Blanketed Turkey recipe shows a short prep time of 20 minutes. That seems incredible considering how moist and tasty it will be.
This turkey will be wrapped in a warm blanket of butter and come out golden brown and far from dry. So, if a dry turkey is your biggest concern then this is your recipe. How could it not come out full of juices? Besides the butter the 80+ ratings indicate a successful recipe. This is a rare time you will see that many reviews without substitutes or small changes. It worked just as it was.
World’s Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey
The title says it all. The World’s Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey has just 10 minutes of prep time. That is nearly unheard of in the world of turkey recipes. Need it to be even easier? The Food Network Kitchen has provided a recipe for your viewing pleasure!
It is a wonderful base to build on or enjoy with the minimal ingredients the recipe calls for. The ease makes this a winner outside of a special occasion. You will have time to focus on the sides and desserts rather than be consumed by just the protein for your meal.
One ingredient is herbs. What does that mean? What herbs? That is where this becomes your very own creation. Maybe you are not very familiar with the options out there. Which ones will compliment the turkey. Check out the Urban Cultivator to learn more and decide what will tickle your taste buds.
Memphis Fried Turkey
We do need to point out the 1 hour and 40 minute prep time on this bird. Keep that in mind when you are planning ahead. Luckily it has an intermediate rating so it is still quite doable. With just eight ingredients, oil and a fryer it still brings so much flavor to the table. You may not ever go back to the roasted turkey after your first fried one!
If this will be your first time frying a chicken you will need to do some research. Although perfectly seasoned and, juicy a fried ham can be dangerous to cook. Turn to trusted sources online or off to learn cooking tips and safety. After all, you don’t want to do all the work and lose it at the end. Be safe and enjoy!
Thanksgiving Dinner Turkey Roulade
All the flavor in every bite. How could you go wrong with this recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner Turkey Roulade? Golden brown, beautiful presentation that is sure to impress, and full of flavor. You will begin with a 5 to 6 pound whole turkey breast and end with excellence.
The intermediate rating appears to fit the recipe. You will need to debone and butterfly the breast for the first step. Don’t be nervous about not knowing this skill. A well done video is included to help guide you to a successful dinner.
This is not a last minute meal to prepare. With 1 hour and 35 minutes of prep time and a total time of 6 hours and 20 minutes planning ahead is a must. The idea that the majority of your meal is cooked in one pan is very enticing. No need for a sink full of pots and pans here. Your sides will be in it!
Skillet Turkey With Roasted Vegetables
Here we have a new twist on ole’ time favorite. Skillet Turkey with Roasted Vegetables is sure to be a hit with the cook. Check out the total prep and cook time of 40 minutes. This can be a regular go-to weeknight dinner.
A turkey dinner is not often thought of as healthy but this one is. A one pan wonder that pleases the young and older. No dry meat or overcooked vegetables here.
Don’t forget, read the recipe before starting. Even though we are used to turkey recipes feeding a large number of family and friends, this one does not. Serving 4 is not a problem though. Double the ingredients or even triple. You’re the chef! Go forth and create!
Maple Roasted Turkey with Sage, Smoked Bacon, and Cornbread Stuffing
We promised bacon in this list and here we are. Maple roasted, and bacon, then filled with cornbread stuffing makes this a tastebud hero! So much flavor in one dish.
Maple Roasted Turkey with Sage, Smoked Bacon, and Cornbread Stuffing is the creation of Tyler Florence. He brings so much to the table with this recipe. It is rated as intermediate but the video and excellent instructions makes this recipe one any of us can make. If your skills are more on the beginner/easy side give yourself a bit more time. You got this!
Check out that 5 star rating with 250 reviews. An accomplishment that is not easy to achieve. That is why we decided to share this bacon turkey combination. Two-hundred fifty people can’t be all wrong. Just a little over four hours and you will watch everyone’s eyes open wide when you present this beauty.
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