Simplify your Thanksgiving meal prep this year and serve this moist and flavor-filled Citrus-Marinated Turkey Breast. A 6- to 7-pound turkey breast will serve a table of 8, so if you are hosting a small group this holiday, this recipe is the perfect fit. Additionally, since there is no bone to worry with, it is easy to cut up any leftovers for delicious sandwiches or casseroles , such as turkey tetrazzini. Sent to Southern Living by Carolyn Gaskins of Cherryville, North Carolina, this recipe was first published in November, of , and has remained a reader favorite ever since. Give a kick to the traditional canned cranberry sauce: in a small saucepan, combine a ounce can of whole-berry cranberry sauce with a Cook over low heat until the jelly melts, stirring often.
This Marinated Turkey Breast has to be one of my favorite recipes for a quick, healthy meal. It combines maximum flavor with minimum work in the kitchen. I am a huge fan of marinating almost any kind of meat, and marinated turkey breast is especially tasty. To me, a good marinade is what takes turkey breast from being slightly boring to being absolutely delicious. The most important ingredient in the marinade is the balsamic vinegar. The acid in the balsamic vinegar tenderizes the turkey breast and gives it a lot of flavor.
Roast a boneless turkey breast with this boneless turkey breast recipe, flavored with a deliciously savory marinade. Perfect for Thanksgiving! Once the calendar page flips over to November, I start thinking about Thanksgiving.