Not everyone knows how to cook a turkey. Unfortunately, you can't just unwrap it and shove it in the oven. Don't worry, though. It's not rocket science and with the following info, you can learn how to cook a turkey.
We have some great tips and tricks for doing it right -- a few different ways.
For the pros and cons of each turkey cooking method, read the rest of our info on preparing a perfect roast turkey.
Want to pack a few more calories into your Thanksgiving feast? Break out the deep fryer. Deep frying connoisseurs insist that deep fried turkey is not at all greasy. In fact, deep fried turkey is apparently "moist and delicious." Who knew?
Making a deep fried turkey isn't for those afraid of a little adventure. It requires, among other things, a 40 - 60 quart pot and a fire extinguisher. Also, it should only be done outside. For specific directions, see our step-by-step guide on how to deep fry a turkey.
Asian style roast turkey recipe: Give your turkey a little international flair. This turkey recipe isn't traditional, but it's delicious.
Orange chile roasted turkey recipe. Try this turkey recipe to give your turkey the Southwestern treatment that uses an injector to get the marinade in the meat.
Turkey for two recipe. Going small on Thanksgiving? Use this turkey recipe for a bird that is less than 10 pounds.
Herbed roasted turkey breast. For those short on time, this Thanksgiving turkey recipe offers up an alternative to the regular, full-sized bird.
Super moist roasted turkey recipe. If you're looking for a turkey recipe that will result in a delicious, most meal, you must try this one!
Delicious leftover turkey recipes. This won't help you now, but when the fun is over make sure you have plans for that leftover turkey.
Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving turkey recipe? Share your secrets in the comments section below!
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