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COOKING TURKEY RECIPE VIDEOS

COOKING TURKEY RECIPE VIDEOS
- ChefTips | December 20, 2007 | 61 likes, 8 dislikes
Do you want to know how to cook a turkey?

For great turkey recipes, turn to chef Jason Hill, who shows you how to cook a turkey easily and without fuss, using a simple turkey brine.

Also in this roast turkey video are turkey tips for your next big holiday meal and turkey cooking times.

There are a wide variety of turkey recipes out there, but turkey tips are a dime a dozen. Today Im going to show you how to cook a turkey easily and without a lot of fuss using a simple turkey brine. Your whole family will love this roast turkey recipe.

Chef Tip: Plan on roasting your turkey about 15-17 minutes per pound.

To start, I use a clean, commercial 5-gallon plastic bucket filled halfway with cold water. To this, add:
About 2 gallons of water
1 cup of sea salt
1 small bunch fresh parsley
1 small bunch fresh sage
4 fresh bay leaves
1/4 cup whole black peppercorns

Mix the brine well. Slowly place your thawed turkey into the brine, completely submerging it in the water. Place the turkey in the refrigerator overnight. This process is very important and will add moisture and flavor to your turkey.

The next day, remove turkey from brine (and any excess liquid) and set on a roasting rack.

Preheat oven to 425 F. Stuff the cavity of the turkey with
1/4 of a whole yellow onion
2 celery stalks, chopped
1 fresh bay leaf
Small bunch of fresh sage leaves
Small bunch of fresh parsley

Next, well brush the bird with
1 stick of melted butter, paying close attention to the breast and the thighs.
Season the turkey with
1 tablespoon marjoram
1 tablespoon sage
1 tablespoon thyme

Place in 425 F oven, BREAST SIDE DOWN, for the first 40 minutes. This will help keep the turkey breast moist by allowing the cooking juice to flow down into the breast. Next, turn the turkey BREAST SIDE UP and continue roasting, basting every 15 minutes.

Chef Tip: If your pan becomes dry, you can add chicken broth to the pan as needed.

Remove turkey from oven when turkey reaches about 150 F. Let it rest for 30 minutes and the temperature should carry over to 165 F, the safe temperature for eating turkey.

Carve and serve with your favorite mashed potatoes, stuffing, and accompaniments.

Music: Pablo Riva/Creative Commons
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- foodwishes | November 07, 2008 | 413 likes, 24 dislikes
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- keithsnow | November 16, 2007 | 21 likes, 2 dislikes
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1. Add onions, celery and carrots to bottom of roasting pan, and then sprinkle a few sprigs of thyme over the vegetables. (You could put a rack on the bottom of the turkey, but we like to use different vegetable and herbal aromatics as a base for the turkey. It also adds flavor to the broth that is made by adding water to produce a great sauce or jus.)

2. Place the turkey on top of the vegetables.

3. Truss the turkey by wrapping the string around the back, crisscrossing and wrapping it twice around the legs, and then tying it under the neck.

4. Tuck the wings under the body of the turkey. (Trussing and tucking in the wings keeps everything tight to the body of the bird, which produces a more evenly cooked bird.)

5. Brush the turkey with the oil and butter mix. (This enables the salt and pepper to adhere to the skin, and it also helps keep the turkey moist, tender and tasty.)

6. Sprinkle on salt and pepper.

7. Add two inches of water on the bottom to the roasting pan.

8. For a 12 to 14 pound turkey, place in a 375 degree, preheated oven for a total of approximately three hours.

9. After roasting the turkey for hour and a half, take the turkey out of the oven to see how the cooking process is going. To achieve a more golden brown, baste with some of the broth that has been pooling on the bottom from the stock of turkey and the vegetables. (It's important not to baste your turkey too much. You lose oven heat while you're basting, and it really doesn't add flavor to the meat — or make it more tender.) You just want to make sure the skin is golden brown.
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COOKING TURKEY RECIPE VIDEOS
- ChefTips | December 20, 2007 | 61 likes, 8 dislikes
Do you want to know how to cook a turkey?

For great turkey recipes, turn to chef Jason Hill, who shows you how to cook a turkey easily and without fuss, using a ...
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