Mahogany Turkey Breast with Vegetable Gravy

  • r2barto Posted: 11/23/08
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    Delicious! Creates a beautiful golden brown turkey. I make the whole turkey instead of just the breast and it comes out wonderful. We puree some of the veggies and add it to the gravy to thicken it. Our go to turkey recipe.

  • Hillary1980 Posted: 08/28/11
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    Good recipe for turkey breast. I made one on Sunday and sliced and chopped it up to have for salads and sandwiches this week. The glaze has a great flavor, and makes for a beautiful turkey, nice and brown. I basted every 20 minutes throughout the cooking time. We also had no celery, and no big deal. Because we were making it for leftovers, we skipped the gravy all together. Great recipe!

  • seaside725 Posted: 06/01/12
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    I wasn't one of the better turkey breasts that I have had. I thought it was just ok. I followed the directions and although it was nice and brown, it was also dry. If I try this again, I will make it in a roasting bag to see if it s jucier.

  • Ashlyan Posted: 10/26/12
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    This was my first attempt at making a turkey by myself for Thanksgiving. It was just my brother, sister and I and it was the BEST turkey we had ever had. Very moist and juicy and great flavor. The meal was so great that my siblings requested it again for this year.

  • Renee5732 Posted: 06/08/13
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    Yum! This was a great turkey recipe. The gravy and vegetables were especially flavorful and tasted good with everything on your plate.

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