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Want a Tastier Turkey Recipe?

posted by lwhite

turkey1Try this easy Mayonnaise Method, which will keep the whole turkey moist and create a lovely golden-color skin. Here’s how.

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1. Rub the turkey completely with REAL mayonnaise before cooking.
2. Put an aluminum foil tent over it and bake at 325F for the appropriate time for the size of the turkey.
3. Remove the tent during the last 20 to 30 minutes, so the skin will roast to a golden brown. You can also “cheat” a little by sprinkling a little paprika over the turkey and rubbing it around!



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment bretzyl

    My daughterin-law offered to bring the turkey, already cooked, last year. When I opened the pan the turkey was upside-down! I didn’t say a word, took it out of the pan and carved it. The turkey white meat was so very juicy! I expressed this to Dreama and asked if she had down anything different. She said I cooked it the way my Dad always cooked it – upside-down! She said: My Dad always cooked it that way because he said the white meat is always a little dry – this way it stays in the juices while baking!

    I can tell you it really does the job. You won’t have the usual picture-perfect picture of a roasted turkey – breastside up – - but it will be the most moist turkey you have ever had.

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