Kyleigh. Age: 25.
This year you decided to go the precooked route for one reason or another. Now you want to serve it to your guests. But how do you cook an already cooked turkey? Follow the easy guidelines below to make your precooked turkey the star of the night.
Lailah. Age: 26.
Boneless Petite Smoked Turkey Breast
Lisa holds a personal trainer certification through the University of Alaska Anchorage, with more than 4, hours of hands-on experience working with a variety of client needs, from sports teams to post-rehab populations and weight loss, in one-on-one, small group and large group settings. Cooking a pre-cooked, roasted turkey breast might seem counterintuitive, but it's a great way to serve an impressive dish without much time or labor in the kitchen — especially if you're not serving enough people to justify cooking a whole turkey. If your turkey breast is frozen, thaw it before you start the cooking process.
Vanessa. Age: 29.
How we discovered the be-all, end-all turkey recipe
Yesterday I was at Costco and bought one of their pre-cooked turkey breasts. Seen great comments about it over the years here on the Q threads, and have decided to try it. It doesn't have heating instructions on the packaging. How would you heat this up, specifically, what temp and for how long?
You can eat the turkey breast right away instead of freezing it. After roasting, let it rest for at least 20 minutes, then remove the breast from the bone and slice. Melt the reserved frozen butter, and drizzle it over the turkey.