I made this for Thanksgiving dinner and it turned out perfectly! My only addition to the recipe was to rub a tablespoon of canola oil on the skin, which made it a beautiful golden brown. The turkey went wonderfully with the Herbed Bread Stuffing with Mushrooms and Sausage. I would definitely use this recipe again.
BlueeyedSara7 Posted: 12/01/08
jennyht Posted: 11/26/09
I have been making this turkey for 10 years, ever since my first year of marriage, and it is wonderful every time. It is so simple and tasty!!! I do add butter to the outside so that the skin will be crisp and brown and I add stalks of celery and onion wedges to the inside cavity to flavor the inside as well. I would recommend for a perfect turkey!!!
isa64v8 Posted: 11/28/10
Don't hesitate to use this recipe. This is by far the most simple and flavorful turkey I've cooked...honestly the gravey part of this recipe is hands down my favorite! We do cook it in an oven bag and add onion and celery to the bag just to flavor the drippings a bit more but other than that we follow recipe exactly.
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