Fast Upside-Down Turkey
Here I've tested out not one, but two new things – cooking a turkey at a very high heat, as well as cooking it upside-down, which I've heard for decades is the way to go if you want moist, juicy meat. Whether you're looking to cook your turkey in half the time, or just want to see some raised eyebrows when you bring it to the table, I really do hope you give this a try soon!
Recipe Summary test
Instead of serving it upside-down, you can flip the turkey right-side up and broil it on high for about 5 minutes to brown the pale skin above the breast.
Feel free to use Italian bread instead of French.
If you don't have kitchen string, just use dental floss or a bent paper clip.
Nutrition data for this recipe includes the full amount of bread and butter. The actual amount consumed will vary.