Turkey Day is coming up and thousands of birds will get roasted, fried, grilled, or smoked this year. Whether you’re a veteran or newbie home chef, you know that having a moist, evenly-cooked turkey is the true measure of your Thanksgiving kitchen skills. So what are you gonna do to achieve this?
The traditional method of roasting has undergone a few makeovers, with a few tricks and hacks to make your turkey more flavorful, quick to cook, or well-done. In this video from Kitchen Conundrums, chef Thomas Joseph walks us through cooking a turkey that will end up juicy. What’s his secret? He wants you to flip the bird!
Upside-Down Roasted Turkey
1 fresh turkey – approximately 18 lbs.
1 unsliced loaf of bread
1 stick of unsalted butter
2 tablespoons salt
2 teaspoons black pepper
Spice blend (optional)
Warm it Up
Preheat oven to 425°Fahrenheit.
Level Your Bread
Level the top of the bread loaf by cutting off the top hump, making it flat.
Slice and Butter It
Slice the bread loaf lengthwise, ensuring that it’s still connected at the middle seam. Open its “flaps” and place it inside of the roasting pan with the inside facing up. Butter the inside of the bread loaf, covering both sides thoroughly.
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