One 6-pound fresh turkey breast, on the bone, rinsed and patted dry. Copyright Television Food Network, G. All rights reserved.
How to make perfectly juicy oven-roasted turkey breast with garlic, herbs, and orange. We love roasting turkey breast. We absolutely love it.
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Looking for a smaller dish alternative to a whole turkey for Thanksgiving? I got you covered with this simple yet flavor-packed Oven Roasted Turkey Breast recipe! So what do you do if your family is small like mineand a whole turkey is just too much food?
Turkey has so much more to offer than just a side dish to mashed potatoes, stuffing, and gravy. The best way to roast a turkey breast is really pretty simple, and yes, it can take only 30 minutes to cook. I use the same technique to cook turkey breasts as I do when I roast a chicken.
This roast turkey breast recipe is the answer to getting beautiful turkey meat without too much hassle. No flipping, no basting, not a whole lot of fuss. And I have a complete guide for fool-proof, extra juicy turkey breast…with perfectly crispy skin, of course!
Roasted turkey breast turns out fabulously juicy and crispy-skinned when baked for a relatively short time at a high temperature. For intimate Thanksgiving or Christmas gatherings, a roasted turkey breast is the ideal solution. When you roast the whole bird, the breast often turns out quite dry.
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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. For this reason, be sure to get a skin-on breast rather than a skinless one.