Top-ranked recipe named "Herb Roasted Turkey Breast"
Try this Herb Roasted Turkey Breast recipe, or contribute your own. "Fall" and "Christmas" are two tags used to describe Herb Roasted Turkey Breast.
"Very nice flavor! I used boneless skinless turkey breast so I did not roast it but rather baked at 350 (20 min per pound). Turned out delicious and juicy! This will be my go to for turkey!"- mogriff1
Wash and pat dry the turkey. Using fingertips, carefully loosen the skin on each side of the top part of the breast to make a "pocket" between the skin and the meat.
With a fork, blend the butter with the herbs, salt, pepper and garlic. Divide the mixture in half and with fingertips, carefully slide half of it under the skin on each side of the breast.
Spray outside of the breast with the vegetable spray. Season the cavity area well with salt and pepper.
Place, with cavity down, on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in the center of a preheated 400F oven for 1 hour.
Reduce to 375F and continue roasting until thermometer inserted in thickest part of the meat registers 165 - 170F. The turkey breast should be a dark golden brown. Let sit 15 minutes before carving.
Makes 8 to 10 servings. PER SERVING: Calories 241.08; Fat total 3.29 g; Protein 49.65 g; Saturated Fat 0.83 g; Carbohydrates 0.21 g; Dietary Fiber 0.08 g; Calories from fat 13%; Calories from carbs 0%.
mogriff1 1 year agoVery nice flavor! I used boneless skinless turkey breast so I did not roast it but rather baked at 350 (20 min per pound). Turned out delicious and juicy! This will be my go to for turkey!
mhutch153125 1 year agoLove the recipe. Turkey turned out great. This is a keeper
2Noble4U 1 year agoGreat on duck too! Just delicious.
Chefpeter47 1 year agoBest turkey I've had in 30 years.
stevencarlawatkins 2 years agoLoved this combination of spices! Turkey turned out moist and delicious with a crispy skin! Will most definately make again.
dannick11 5 years agoI put chicken broth on the bottom of the pan
cleverkt 7 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]