When a roast chicken isn’t big enough try a roast turkey! They are not difficult to cook and there are great recipes with a range of flavours.
The best way to keep a roasted turkey juicy and full of flavour is by massaging herb butter under the skin before roasting. Perfect for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner.
The simplest roast turkey recipe with a phenomenal taste. You can stuff it too if you like. Perfect for Christmas when a chicken isn't big enough!
This is a turkey stuffed with a duck, stuffed with a chicken stuffed with dressing. The birds need to be boned for this so you may need to find a good butcher. You will also need toothpicks and kitchen string for this recipe.
The white breast meat of turkey is exceptionally low in fat and cholesterol.
Cooking a turkey does not need to be a big hassle. Garlic powder, basil and sage add just the right flavour.
An inventive preparation which fills lemon halves with couscous before baking. You should have plenty of leftover turkey for salads and sandwiches too.
Some of my friends call this the two hour turkey but I prefer to do mine for longer. But I can say that it is really, really easy and no stress.
Turkey with a bit of an unusual stuffing of pork sausage meat, mushrooms, garlic and herbes de Provence. The perfect thing for a delicious Christmas.
The turkey in this recipe is partly boned, leaving the wings and legs attached, so that when the bird is remoulded before cooking it closely resembles its original shape.
There isn't much to making a roast turkey really, the flavour comes from what is happening on the outside, thus you needs a good hub.