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Where To Buy Rolled Turkey Breast

My husband and I made this stuffed turkey breast for Christmas dinner for our family. I have been making turkey for Thanksgiving and/or Christmas for over 50 years, and, although each meal was delicious, I have NEVER gotten rave reviews like I did this time. Even our not-so-fond-of-turkey son-in-law said it was good. Our teenage granddaughter proclaimed this is the only turkey she will eat in the future, and our daughters agreed that this was the best tasting turkey they ever had. I am convinced that the sausage stuffing was the game changer. I made the recipe exactly as was written with the exception of basting it a couple of times with a mix of butter and chicken broth . We could only get a three pound breast, but that only meant a bit more stuffing on the side. I assembled it the day before, and popped it in the oven 2 hours before serving time. It was cooked to perfection, juicy and oh-so-flavorful. By family demand, this will be our turkey recipe of choice in the future. Thank you for this incredible recipe.

where to buy rolled turkey breast


Not just for the holidays, Butterball turkey roasts and turkey breasts make great entrees when you're hosting guests for dinner or feeding a family of big eaters. Enjoy the delicious taste of turkey and feel good knowing you're consuming a lean protein that's low in fat.

All of our whole turkey (fresh and frozen), boneless roasts, and bone-in breasts are available in all major retailers across the country. Please be sure to check with the store manager if you do not find the item or specific size you're looking for.

This roasted turkey breast with garlic herb butter is a great alternative to making the traditional turkey! Because you can use boneless turkey breast instead of roasting the entire turkey. This post will provide easy instructions on how to roast a turkey breast.

Instead, you can opt to buy either whole boneless turkey breast or butterflied turkey breast. I hope you can find the one with skin-on like I did. You will learn the exact method of how to roast a turkey breast in this recipe post.

The number of servings will never be quite the same as to how much to buy. Because this is a boneless turkey breast, you will get a lot more meat for 3 pounds than from regular turkey breast. The assumption here is that a serving is pound. And that is a nice good sized slice of turkey. This assumption leads to 6 servings of a turkey breast that is 3 pounds. By the way, this is the size most commonly found in the supermarkets. I also used 3 pound boneless turkey breast here.

If your boneless turkey breast came frozen, place unopened breast in cold tap water for 1 to 3 hours. Change water every 30 minutes to keep the turkey breast in the safe temperature of less than 40 degrees.

Butterflying will work too. You will cut into the thickest portion of the turkey breast, keeping the knife inch above the cutting board and stopping inch from the edge of the breast.

Then open it up like a book. Maybe even pound the turkey breast gently to get an even thickness. Next you will roll up the turkey breast before tying it up with kitchen twine.

The ingredients that give this roasted rolled turkey breast such a great flavor include lemon zest, and crushed garlic and butter. Because they get rolled both into the turkey as well as rubbed on the outside. And of course herbs!

The only way to reheat the turkey breast without drying it out is to slice it and reheat it with some liquid. Then you will add the slices onto a large baking dish, pour in about cup of chicken stock and add some herb butter on top.

If you're looking for a show-stopping holiday dish, look no further than rolled stuffed turkey breast. This elegant entree is sure to impress your guests and is much easier to make than it looks. Best of all, a rolled stuffed turkey breast is versatile enough to be served for any special occasion.

A Turkey Roulade is a type of turkey roll. Traditionally it is made with turkey breast and is a great way to turn a single turkey breast into an elegant centerpiece for a celebratory meal like Thanksgiving or Christmas. It is made by rolling turkey breast meat around stuffing, and other ingredients, then cooking the roll in an oven.

But if you need more reasons, it is just a single rolled and stuffed turkey breast, so it takes up less space in the oven and cooks much quicker than a whole turkey. Also, as it is far smaller than an entire bird, it is perfect for smaller gatherings or if you don't want turkey leftovers for days. (although, "hello turkey sandwiches"...I love you!)

You want to use a large boneless turkey breast for this recipe. I prefer to buy one with the skin on, as it keeps the meat extra juicy. But you can use skinless if you prefer. If you buy your turkey breast from the butchers, you can ask them to butterfly it open for you. Or you can do this yourself at home. The picture below shows a butterflied chicken breast, but the method is the same.

Cooking the rolled turkey breast in the oven at a low temperature will give you a juicy turkey. Keeping the temperature lower ensures the roulade cooks more evenly so that the outside of the turkey doesn't dry out before the center is cooked.

"Make this recipe as is for a delicious meal any night for four people or times two for eight and times three for twelve people for a holiday meal!" says Rach. It's very manageable and the Italian notes really make the stuffing, rolled up in the turkey breast, sing. Serve with Rach's Cauliflower Steaks with Rosemary Brown Butter and Capers and Taleggio mashed potatoes, which can be prepared ahead and kept warm, covered, in a bain-marie, or water bath. (Place the pot of mashed potatoes in a larger pot with about 1 inches of water at a low simmer.)

Preheat the oven to 200C (180C fan) mark 6. Combine the garlic and butter. Season, then rub over the turkey breasts. Lay one breast on a board and place the other on top so the thickness of the turkey roll will be roughly even. Stretch the bacon slices over the turkey, overlapping them a little. Tie the roll together with string, spacing knots 5cm (2in) apart. Put on a large wire rack over a large roasting tin.

Though not a traditional meaty pot roast, this method of cooking a boned, rolled turkey breast gives you tender meat with lots of juices, something that's surprisingly difficult to do with dry roasting. Where dry roasting instructs you to put a turkey breast in a roasting pan with some herbs or vegetables, pot roasting is in a high-sided pan with many vegetables and liquid. When you cook meat this way, you're typically starting with a tough cut so the pan is always covered to help tenderize the meat. With a turkey breast, which has tender flesh, you leave the pan uncovered and the high sides of a Dutch oven protect it during a 2-hour stay in the oven. Surround the breast with plenty of carrots, red onion, and a thinly sliced lemon. Lemon is the surprise here. The rind softens so you hardly recognize it, but then you get a taste of familiar citrus, a little tart, and just right with the sweet carrots and onions. When the breast is cooked, let it sit in a warm place for 10 minutes before carving. The juices in the pot are deeply aromatic, a little rosemary sprinkled on the meat is pleasantly herby, and everything you need for dinner is in one pot.

5. Push the vegetables to the edges of the pan. Set the turkey breast, skin side up, in the middle. Sprinkle the top with 1 tablespoon of the rosemary. Pour the chicken stock in at the edges. It should almost cover the vegetables. Add more, if necessary.

9. Cut off and discard the netting from the breast. Cut it into thick slices. Arrange the vegetables around a large platter and set the turkey slices in the middle. Sprinkle with the remaining 1 tablespoon rosemary.

1 boned, rolled turkey breast (3 to 3 1/2 pounds) Olive oil (for sprinkling) Salt and pepper, to taste2tablespoons olive oil5slender carrots, cut into 2-inch lengths, thick ends halved lengthwise1large red onion, quartered and thickly sliced1clove garlic1 lemon, halved lengthwise and thinly sliced3tablespoons freshly chopped rosemary1cup chicken stock, or more if needed

9. Cut off and discard the netting from the breast. Cut it into thick slices. Arrange the vegetables around a large platter and set the turkey slices in the middle. Sprinkle with the remaining 1 tablespoon rosemary.Sheryl Julian 041b061a72


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