Turkey For Any Occasion
Cooking a turkey dinner for the holidays or a special occasion can be overwhelming, especially if you have not done it before. If you have questions – we have answers! Take the stress out by following our helpful tips and guidelines on cooking a turkey safely to make your special dinner a success.
From buying a turkey to cooking the gravy, we have a guide for every step of the way:
Looking for something a little different than the ordinary roasted turkey? Check out these recipe ideas.
If you’re craving turkey but don’t want to roast an entire bird, cooking up turkey breast or two is an ideal alternative. Brine your turkey breasts in a cranberry juice solution before roasting them, finishing with a sweet bourbon glaze.
This elegant turkey dish is a great option for a holiday meal when you’re feeding a relatively small group. Start by brining the meat, then cut a pocket in the turkey breast and stuff it with a mixture of pancetta, mushrooms and herbs. We finish it off with a rich port sauce.
Soaking your turkey in a salt solution (a.k.a. “brining") before roasting can make the meat moister and flavourful. This recipe adds apple juice, sugar and spices to the mix for a juicy and delicious bird. If you’ve never brined before, give it a try — you may be surprised by the results.
The sage garlic butter gives you a moist and flavourful turkey, perfect for entertaining during the festive season.
Beer and a port honey glaze gives you a moist and flavourful turkey. Paired with a Rosemary Port Gravy your guests will be begging for the recipe!
Done on the barbecue, this tasty turkey breast is stuffed with brie, fresh sage and salty prosciutto making for a very juicy main dish. Try this new take on turkey at your next gathering.