Illustrated Bites Turkey | I'd rather just pay someone to do it for me. I'd fail miserably. I guess I can try making one for Thanksgiving one day.... I'll use a small turkey or maybe even better, I can use tofurkey. Easier to deal with. lol
There are many ways to cook a turkey but our favorite, by far, is a simple roast! If you're a beginner turkey maker, this is the simple step-by-step for you! Add butter underneath the skin, season with a spice mix and let it roast until the thermometer is at 165 degrees. Perfect for for your Thanksgiving meal for the whole family!
Are you hosting a smaller Thanksgiving this year? Don't bother with a whole turkey — just roast a turkey breast! One half-breast or even a whole turkey breast makes more than enough for a small party of four to six. (And yes, you'll still have plenty of pan drippings to make gravy.) Turkey breasts are also a cinch to roast. No flipping, no basting, no fuss. Here's a recipe to show you how to do it, step by step.