Tips For Making The Juiciest Turkey Ever

Juicy, succulent, mouth watering turkey.

It's the one thing you strive for on Thanksgiving.

Make it happen this year with a few simple turkey cooking tips that I've learned over the years from cooking a lot of birds. Start with the best bird you can get your hands on, brine it and watch the video for a few simple ideas that will leave your crowd raving and commenting that you made the best turkey ever!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Jessica

    This is my 1st year brining a turkey and I blame this website! Can't wait until tomorrow to try the maple brined turkey that is chilling in the fridge!

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  • Natasha

    Did you say to rest for 45 min? Isn't it cold by then?

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    • Catherine

      Let it rest for 30-45 minutes to allow the juices to settle! Also, the turkey will continue cooking after it comes out of the oven. It will not get cold in that amount of time after being in a hot oven for so long!

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  • Erin

    Hello!
    Quick question. I bought a frozen turkey (I know, I know.... I wanted fresh....) anyway, it's injected with a salt solution already, and normally I'd brine. But I've been told not to brine as its already salty inside. So.... My question is - shiuld I brine it anyway?! Thank you for your valued input. :)

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  • เครื่องสำอางค์แบรนด์เนม

    Excellent article! This is what Im looking for. Thank you so much, Im very happy.

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  • Adrimolina

    This video is not showing up! I tried on my ipad and PC, I need it desperately! :(

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