Today we’re talking all about How To Roast A Thanksgiving Turkey. If you’ve never done it before it may seem a little bit intimidating! But don’t worry we’ve got you covered on all you need to know. Our turkey and gravy recipes is full of citrus and herb flavor and will be a hit on this year’s Thanksgiving table.
The day/night before:
The day of:
To make the gravy:
To carve the turkey:
To baste the turkey either use a turkey baster, or use a pastry brush.
We truly recommend a high quality instant-read thermometer, like the Thermapen. It’s a little bit of an investment, but it lasts forever and it is a surefire way to know that a big bird like this is done. To tell if a turkey is done insert and instant read thermometer into the thickest part of the thigh without touching the bone. It should read 165ºF and the juices the run out of the bird after you remove the thermometer should be clear.