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This is an great easy recipe. I mix my butter and fresh herbs than place in a piece of plastic wrap mold into a log and place in the freezer for a few hours. Once frozen I then cut the butter mixture into discs and place the frozen butter/herb discs between the turkey skin and the meat. As the turkey cooks the butter and herbs melt into the meat and it is fabulous!
First fantastic Picture. I just need the picture to eat it it is so delicious. For the years of cooking their is nothing to say about your recipe excellent to the last piece turkey. YUM... YUM I have a feeling that not exactly the words but trust me after finishing our meal I felt like a king. I went for number 3 when my wife & daughters leave some for us tomorrow
Everyone agrees that this was the best turkey they've ever had! Was given a 28 lb'er and although a little scary - using this recipe - essentially unchanged except for oven @ 350 F. - brought out a Turkey that was moist flavorful and ever so good.
My family raved and my husband said I redeemed my turkey cooking ability since my thanksgiving turkey was a flop! I only used a 7 lb breast with this recipe but it was great! The gravy was delicious as well!