Turkey is an excellent dish among other Thanksgiving dishes. Although it is served at the same momentum, it seems that each country has its own tradition of serving a portion of turkey. Either served with french fries or pasta, a turkey is a group of proteins that in fact is suitable to be served with a variety of carbohydrates.
In thanksgiving, cooking a turkey is not always about roast a big whole turkey on a pan. You also can cut the turkey into pieces then cook them into the various menu that you like. Take a look at the references recipes below for the various turkey menu.
This is a simple and delicious recipe for everyone. It can be made just 15 minutes making it a great choice for busy weeknights. This is a low calorie, low carb, gluten-free recipe. You can double or triple the ingredients in this recipe to use on a whole turkey. This recipe is perfect for gathering or Thanksgiving.
This turkey meat inside the crockpot will surprise all your family members. Flavorful, moist, and tender flaky turkey breast that is so easy and perfect for Thanksgiving dinner. It only needs 4 ingredients and you won’t believe how easy it is to make.
Thanksgiving is about turkey. Fried turkey is one way to make a statement on Thanksgiving. It’s just about the best way to get that ultra-crispy skin and moist interior that you’re looking for. A spicy marinade makes sure the inside of the bird gets some cajun flavor.
The roast turkey breast is perfect for Thanksgiving. This oven-roasted turkey breast recipe is basted in garlic butter for a real flavor explosion flavor. This garlic turkey breast is simple to prep and it’s a real show stopper. The skin is perfectly crispy and the meat is so succulent and flavorful.
Next is rosemary apricot glazed turkey is a beautiful and delicious recipe for Thanksgiving. Savory rosemary and sweet apricot are perfect flavors for turkey. Apricot is a perfect pair for turkey. And the pieces of fresh rosemary is the perfect herb to complement the sweet glaze.
Last is turkey brine. It looks so fresh with oranges slices around the turkey. This turkey brine recipe will ensure that you have a top-notch turkey when it comes to tenderness and flavor. This Turkey Brine is made with water, light brown sugar (you could use dark too), kosher salt, oranges, bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, and black peppercorns then submerge the turkey for 12 to 24 hours in the fridge.
Your thanksgiving will be more joyful if you served one of the delicious turkey cuisines above. You can add another vegetable or crushed potato to complete your turkey dish on thanksgiving night.