For many of you turkey is the symbol of Thanksgiving and is beautiful (here we eat turkey especially for Christmas) in any case I always thought that sometimes a turkey is a lot for a family that is not very big.
I found this recipe in one of the last Bon Appetit and what caught my attention was that it was a recipe for turkey breast, and just had a frozen, I made this recipe and it was absolutely delicious and still, I took my mom and also I had leftovers (they are so good) to make sandwiches.
1 skin one bone in turkey breast about
2.700 k ( 4,5 lb )
1/2 cup unsalted butter room temperature
4 spring thyme
4 spring rosemary
1 head of garlic
cloves peeled and crushed
3/4 cup rum (my mom always add rum when bake turkey)
Preheat to 180°c (425° F)
Gently loosen skin from turkey breast and rub butter under skin and all over outside of breasts season and add the rum, salt and pepper.
Scatter thyme springs , rosemary springs and garlic over a large rimmed baking sheet and arrange turkey breast.
Skin side up on top.
Roast turkey breast turning halfway through, and bath with the juices in the pan until skin is crip and golden brown , cook about 50 to 60 minutes (you will to know is ready when you cut a piece of meat and the juice run clear.
Transfer turkey breast to a platter and let rest 10 to 15 minutes before serving.
To serve slice turkey breast and pass with vegetables.
´print recipe here
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