For dinner this week I made slow cooker turkey breast and gravy. It had been too long since I had turkey. This recipe is so easy, no fussing with a whole turkey and separate stove-top gravy.
Crock pot turkey breast is an easy dinner cooked effortlessly in a slow cooker for tender, juicy meat. The spice-rubbed turkey is served with homemade gravy. There is no need to wait until Thanksgiving dinner or the holidays to enjoy a turkey feast.
If you ever tried roasting turkey breast in the oven, you know how hard it is to get it right. For cooking just the turkey breast, I always go for the crockpot. Your homemade turkey breast will look so impressive, and then when you carve it, the slices will be absolutely beautiful, and will be tender, soft and moist.
Recipe by: daddyoftwo See how to make moist turkey breast slowly simmered with herbs and seasonings. I had a small boneless breast so I reduced the cooking time to 5 hours on low and it was perfect.
There's no point in cooking a huge turkey for only two or three people unless you like having pounds of leftover meat and some people do! If you have someone in your family who is in a group that is high risk for food poisoning elderly, very young, pregnant, or with a chronic illnessthis may not be the one for you. Food safety experts recommend that frozen meats should not be cooked in the slow cooker because the meat can warm up too gradually and bacteria can grow in the product.
April 11, at AM. I'm very new to my crockpot and I was just wondering how big yours is. I made your beef and broccoli last night and it was great, thanks!
My favorite part of making turkey is the leftovers! Pin this recipe for later! Back to school is upon us and that means back to schedules and back to family dinners.
Cut off the netting or strings around the turkey, if it has them. Place turkey in bottom of 3 quart slow cooker. Rub the turkey on all sides with onion powder, garlic powder and bouillon.
This recipe uses only 4 ingredients and is simple, juicy and delicious. Perfect for a holiday celebration or a weeknight meal! I mean, is there any holiday more perfectly suited for a food blogger?!