Maple Roast Turkey and Gravy Recipe
This is a New England-style turkey roasted with a maple syrup-butter rub. Try stuffing it with Cranberry, Sausage and Apple Stuffing.
A turkey is roasted in a compound butter made with cider, maple syrup, lemon peel and fresh herbs. This recipe includes instructions for making a gravy using vegetables that have been roasted with the turkey.
The biggest myth in all of American cookery is the belief that a juicy, perfectly cooked turkey is difficult for the novice cook to achieve. One of the secrets to a moist, delicious, and beautiful turkey is spreading butter under the skin. You can season the butter any way you want; the possibilities are endless.
This recipe was tremendous. The turkey turned out juicy and succulent. The only thing I did differently was to stuff a bulb of garlic and some sprigs of rosemary in the turkey cavity before roasting. The gravy was some of the best I've ever tasted.
An uncooked turkey breast roast, coated with a seasoned maple syrup glaze, is so easy to make for a special family dinner or a small Thanksgiving gathering.
Roast turkey is basted with maple syrup for a sweet glaze; cranberry juice and sweetened dried cranberries bring a sweet-tart fruit dimension to the pan gravy.
A roasted turkey turns a rich caramel brown color and has a hint of sweetness when you baste it with an unexpected ingredient - 2 cups of cola.
With an herbed butter rubbed under the skin and a maple syrup-orange glaze basted on the outside, this roast turkey is moist and delicious with a crispy skin.
A big turkey is brined over the course of several days and roasted for tender, juicy meat and a big batch of delicious gravy.