Turkey Cooking Secrets
Do You Want to Know the Secrets?
Our first turkey cooking secret involves the cooking challenge that turkey presents because it is composed of white and dark meat. White meat cooks faster than dark meat and it begins to dry out before the dark meat is done. To find out more about this conundrum and methods to overcome it check out Turkey Secret #1: Dark and White Meat.
If you came to the secrets after you already had a turkey breast that was less juicy than you would like here is the tip to restore its moisture. Secret #2: Fix a Dry Turkey.
What is sometimes thought of as a problem and sometimes as a blessing is that turkey is low in fat. To learn more about this aspect of the turkey along with ways to solve it or to embrace it check out: Turkey Secret #3: Low Fat Turkey.
Then there is the lack of flavor. Turkey isn't an especially flavorful bird. That sounds like a drawback until you realize: Cooking Secret #4: Subtle Flavor - That's Okay.
Turkey cooking can be scary. Most people don't have much practice roasting a whole bird, yet it is made for special occasions and large groups of people. You want it to be perfect! Will it measure up to expectations? Relax, check out: Secret #5: The Proustian Phenomenon will save you.
You want to serve a great bird for a special celebration, but it is the wrong season for a heritage turkey or maybe this just isn't the time to spend that much on a bird. Not a problem. Check out Secret #6: Money Saving Turkey.
You have a great recipe for a turkey but you really want to make it special. You want to add that secret ingredient which will elevate the taste and make it uniquely your own. We have information about the secret ingredient. Get Secret #7 The Secret Ingredient here.