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Braising keeps this lean wild turkey meat moist and flavorful. Serve this dish as a first course, and this Roasted Wild Turkey Breast with Fall Vegetables recipe as a main course.
Adapted from D'Artagnan.
For a fresh take on Thanksgiving turkey, try a turkey roulade. Lemon and orange zest, mixed in with fresh herbs like rosemary, tarragon, marjoram, sage, and parsley, bring bright flavors to the holiday meal.
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Serve this roasted turkey breast as a main course with D'Artagnan's Braised Wild Turkey Ragu recipe as an appetizer.Adapted from D'Artagnan.View Recipe
I'm proud to say that I've never cooked a turkey the traditional way in my entire life. Here’s why: When you break down the whole bird into parts, you can cook each part in the most forgiving and painless way possible. Simply brine and smoke the breast and marinate and braise the legs, and boom — it's done! When it comes time to serve that bird, you’ll be the hero who cooked a juicy, tender Thanksgiving turkey that everyone will talk about for years to come. I’ll be damned if anyone cooks a whole turkey again after trying this process. — Adam SappingtonRecipes and Photos from HEARTLANDIA by Adam and Jackie Sappington. Copyright © 2015 by Adam Sappington and Jackie Sappington. Photography © 2015 by John Valls. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.View Recipe
Delicious turkey breast tenderloins, wrapped in bacon and brushed with smoky bacon BBQ sauce, will be a family favorite.View Recipe
A chestnut bread stuffing is rolled up tightly in a turkey breast, and served with pan gravy and cranberry compote (page 26). Throw all of the stuffing vegetables into a food processor for a faster prep time!This recipe is courtesy of Danielle Walker founder of www.againstallgrain.comView Recipe
Leafy green vegetables with lean protein for dinner is the perfect pairing when it comes to a healthy and satisfying dinner. Turkey breast can be switched out with chicken or fish, depending on your preference. View Recipe
Why do we only serve turkey on Thanksgiving? A whole turkey breast roasted with fresh rosemary, sage, and thyme is a great weeknight dinner and the leftovers make delicious sandwiches the next day. Roasting the turkey at 325 degrees and allowing it to rest for fifteen minutes ensures that it will be very moist.
Adapted from "Barefoot Contessa How Easy is That?" by Ina Garten.
Here’s a Mexican-inspired twist on the traditional cranberry sauce. Try this salsa with some turkey breast and prepare yourself for a taste sensation.Click here to see the Guide to Chiles 101.Click here to see The Ultimate Thanksgiving Countdown: Getting Saucy.View Recipe
Sumac, if you are unfamiliar with it, is a Middle Eastern ground dried berry that is slightly tart and is often used as a replacement for lemon. You can find it online or at most spice shops or speciality food markets. — Yasmin Fahr
Amanda Simpson, from the website and cookbook Food Porn Daily, loves to pair this exotically spiced turkey breast with the Brown Butter Vinaigrette and Roasted Brussels Sprouts recipe.
We’ve heard that brines are important, and this chef’s recipe shakes things up a bit by adding sweet tea to the brine. His tip is to place the turkey and brine in two doubled garbage bags, which allows you to easily brine it overnight in a roasting pan.
Roasted Brussels sprouts are one of my all-time favorite veggies. Before you call me crazy, try out this recipe and make sure to dip at least one of the roasted sprouts into the brown butter vinaigrette.
Serve with Amanda Simpson's Ginger-Sumac Roasted Turkey Breast recipe.