Thanksgiving is one of the most celebrated holidays in the US. For many, this is not just a celebration of thanks but a time to spend with family and friends. Relatives come from far away and spend a few days with family that they haven’t seen for months. Of course when there’s a gathering, food always completes the celebration! Family and friends even bring food to contribute to the host. You could also say that this is a celebration of food and cooking. Which brings me to this turkey recipe that completes the feast.
No other dish in the world screams Thanksgiving than turkey. It’s a combination that is just as classic as milk and cookies or Fourth of July and fireworks. However, as much as the average American wants to serve a big fat turkey on Thanksgiving Day, some are put off because it is challenging to prepare. However, I would like to share with you a turkey recipe that I have been doing for years now that is easy to pull off without sacrificing the taste and flavor we all love. Oh and I promise it won’t “gobble” up too much of your time.
Thankful For This Turkey Recipe!
This turkey recipe takes a whole lot of time and effort to prepare. Make sure to prepare it a day in advance because you really need to take time in marinating and cooking it. However, I assure you that this turkey is totally worth it! I know — it takes hours to prepare and just over an hour to consume. If you have leftovers, you can turn them into other recipes such as a pot pie, casserole, soup, or as filling for sandwiches and tacos. Over-all, this turkey recipe will not go to waste!
Enjoy cooking and Happy Thanksgiving!
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