It’s the bird we have to tackle at least once a year – the Thanksgiving Turkey! There are so many ways to cook a turkey, and every year many people have the debate as to which way is the best. I don’t know if there is really one best way, as they all produce different results for different tastes. If you want your turkey fried and breaded, that’s one way to do it, but may not be for everyone. Let’s say you’ve decided on cooking your turkey in the oven. What next? Do you use a foil tent, an oven bag, or nothing at all? So many questions and a variety of answers, but one thing I think we can all agree on is that we want a MOIST turkey. Am I right?
I have had many dry turkeys over the years, and with the time and effort that goes into Thanksgiving meal, nobody wants to be disappointed with that bird, on that day! While I was at cooking school for Reynolds Wrap°, I cooked my first turkey using an oven bag. While you don’t get a nice crispy skin, it produces such a moist turkey. I couldn’t believe it! So, I thought I would help you out with your Thanksgiving Turkey by showing you how to cook a turkey in an oven bag.
We know you want a moist turkey, right? What about a well-seasoned turkey? Seasoning your turkey is super important. There are so many ways to season your turkey, but I find this mix of herbs to be quite tasty
If you want to know the great mix of herbs that I use, CLICK HERE and I’ll send the mix right over to your email!
Now for the instructions on how to cook your turkey in an oven bag, click on over to the next page.