Top Rated Turkey Breast Recipes

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.
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The decision of whether or not to go full bird depends on how many people you’re feeding, but if your crowd is small, you won’t regret making just a turkey breast. And by using an air fryer, you can get a well-seasoned, juicy and golden-brown turkey breast on the table in less than an hour, as opposed to the several it typically takes to cook a whole bird.  
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Sage-Rubbed Turkey Breast
The perennial holiday favorite, this simple, deliciously flavored turkey pairs perfectly with cranberry sauce.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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slow cooker turkey breast
Whether it's Thanksgiving or a regular ol' weekday, this recipe will have tender turkey on the table in no time.This recipe by Virginia Willis appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Roasted turkey breast with pearl onions and sage
Hosting a smaller Thanksgiving? Go for a turkey breast that serves just enough for six plus some leftovers. This recipe by Alexandra Guarnaschelli appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Turkey and Vegetable Shepherd's Pie
This simple shepherd's pie recipe calls for only four ingredients and will satisfy the whole family. Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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Brined Turkey Breast
Why brine? To guarantee a juicy, melt-in-your-mouth holiday turkey every year. Mix up this easy, five-ingredient brine and let your bird soak up all of the flavor and moisture for 12 to 24 hours. Then, rinse the turkey, season generously and roast. Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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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.
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Willie Degel is owner of Uncle Jack’s Steakhouses and host of Food Network’s Restaurant Stakeout His tips for Thanksgiving: “You always got to think ahead! When I make my mac ‘n’ cheese for Thanksgiving, I bake them in a muffin tray so you can have a bunch of little individual sized portions. That way when there are leftovers you just pop the tray back in the oven to reheat and you can serve them as an appetizer at a potluck or party days later. Who doesn’t like a muffin sized mac n’ cheese? I do this with stuffing too! We also always make creamed cauliflower for Thanksgiving. Most people make a more traditional turkey soup with their leftovers but I like to make a creamier version with the leftover creamed cauliflower and turkey”.
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"After all of the heavy eating on Thanksgiving Day, it is normal to feel full for the remaining week. But, with a bounty of leftovers, it is the perfect opportunity to feed your friends and keep the Thanksgiving entertainment going. I like to make my friends delicious Turkey BLTs with Sriracha Mayo. It is a great way to use my leftover turkey. The sandwiches aren't too heavy, so there are no flashbacks of too much stuffing and pumpkin pie."
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The Barefoot Contessa's Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast 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.For this recipe and more, click here for 25 ways to cook a turkey.
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