Roast turkey is traditional for all kinds of holidays, especially family holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, as well as various family celebrations. When you’re getting ready for one, it’s high time to cook some delicious roast turkey to feed everyone! Here are some DIY recipes to make such a delicious turkey.
Fried turkey with chipotle sauce is a great twist for your vacationing bird. It keeps the great traditional turkey flavor but makes it even better. And it’s fast enough to do on a weekday. This is a very tasty dish with a rather simple sauce, so have fun!
This rosemary lemon turkey is adorable! The meat of the turkey itself is juicy and flavorful, and it is very important to cook the turkey by temperature rather than cooking time as there are many variables involved in cooking a whole turkey! Depending on your type of oven (convection), the size of the bird, the method of preparation, and the choice of filling, your turkey may deviate slightly from the recommended schedules during cooking time.
Everyone wants a nice turkey roast for Thanksgiving, but not everyone has a ton to feed. If you want to make turkey your vacation centerpiece without the hassle of a whole bird, a bone-in turkey breast is a great option. A bone-in turkey breast is generally the size of a whole chicken. Roast turkey breast becomes tender and flavorful with this simple recipe with herb butter. This approach to roasting turkey is perfect for small holiday meals.
A perfectly cooked turkey is not a difficult thing. Choose a good quality bird, keep it under 14 pounds, don’t stuff it, and dry it. Dry roast turkey roast deserves a lot more attention than it gets. One tablespoon of kosher salt for every 5 pounds of bird – that’s all you need to know to make this recipe a reality.
Turkey roulade guarantees tender, juicy and aromatic turkey! It’s a nice addition to your holiday table that isn’t very complicated, and best of all, you put it together the day before your planned meal. And with all the fresh herbs and garlic, this turkey roulade isn’t just wonderfully hot – leftovers make great sandwiches!
Roast turkey with garlic herb butter – golden, juicy and delicious. This is my favorite recipe with a hint of butter herb flavor and a beautiful color. It’s perfect to serve a crowd for Thanksgiving or Christmas. And best of all, it’s easy to customize with your favorite herbs.
Simple and easy as pie, this lightly toasted sage pesto turkey is made from just two ingredients and is packed with seasonal flavors your family will love. The perfect centerpiece for every holiday meal!
Crispy turkey with cranberry and herb butter and roasted vegetables is the result of browned milk solids and charred spices that form a crust on turkey skin. In other words, each crispy, crunchy patch is not just there for your structural enjoyment, but also full of flavor. In particular, this flavor is a combination of cranberries, herbs, orange peel and garlic.
This delicate spice is sprinkled in a week like fresh thyme is sprinkled on the toasted garlic turkey breast, which offers a rare and uplifting taste as well as much needed coziness and convenience. It is the delicate saffron threads in a pot with fragrant basmati rice or the tiny green thyme leaves and the piquant-sweet addition of roasted garlic that season and season a festive turkey breast deliciously and make it taste from pleasant to tasty.
Not everyone wants or needs to roast a whole turkey for Thanksgiving. Maybe you are planning a little Thanksgiving day, or your family members may prefer either white or dark meat. In either case, frying just a few turkey breasts or a few turkey drumsticks has some clear advantages, including a shorter roast time and a better tasting species of bird. Roasting parts of the bird avoids the problem of white meats that become too dry by the time the dark meat is fully cooked.
Next month there will be Father's Day and if you want to spoil your father with something very special, I have an idea for you - make delicious cupcakes, crust, brownies or bake a cake for him! It will be an amazing and touching gesture, especially if your dad has a sweet tooth. Here are some recipes you can use.
These cognac brownies are perfect for Father's Day and are aromatic with notes of vanilla and smoke, filled with caramels and garnished with a homemade caramel sauce. These will melt in your mouth and your taste buds will be incredibly happy to experience all of the flavors.
This dark chocolate rind is covered with salted cashew nuts, roasted coconuts and dried currants. This rind is nutty and delicious, but when paired with a sip of this scotch it really pops open in your mouth with a whole new flavor profile. It makes a delicious dessert when paired with delicious whiskey.
These grill cupcakes are easy to put together and perfect for your next barbecue or Father's Day party! Use any small colorful candy to prepare your skewers on your grill.
If your dad is anything like mine, he'd be delighted with a frosty chocolate malt on Father's Day afternoon. His nostalgia for those creamy milkshakes inspired my malted brownies - super rich, super fudgy, super decadent brownies topped with swirls of malted chocolate icing and chocolate malt balls.
This Nutella Freezer Fudge recipe is sure to make the special dads in your life very happy on this Father's Day. The mustache shape is exactly what you need for this fudge. I make these desserts manly, wow!
These wonderfully squiffy babies are made of a cola sponge, hollowed out and filled with a spiced chocolate ganache from Jack Daniels. You'll then be topped with a strudel of Jack Daniels buttercream, followed by more ganache and a jelly-cola bottle. I would recommend these cupcakes for any adult occasion but I can't help but notice how perfect they are for Father's Day, what a coincidence that it's coming next week!
This is a pretty standard pretzel recipe but scaled down because you can only eat / play with so many mustache pretzels. Feel free to play with different mustache shapes, but no blunt Hitler mustaches please.
This adorable rum and raisin cake has really good taste and is topped with a cute edible DAD topper. What else do we need for a dessert for Father's Day? If you love other flavors, you can add them to the cake too.
Moist, cake-like cinnamon scones are topped with melting peanut butter chips and covered with a sweet maple glaze. Smoky bacon adds a hearty contrast that is totally addicting! The thick maple icing sweetens them and then crispy, smoky bacon rounds everything off.
These golf ball truffles and putting green brownies are perfect for the golf lover in your life! Rich, fudgy brownies are topped with "grass" frosting and a delicious white chocolate truffle that looks like a golf ball!
This is a beautiful half-naked cake which is a hot trend and the edible chocolate topper is "Dad, U Rock!". What can be better than this for Father's Day? Make your father happy with it! If you want other words, you can use them in place of these words.