Even experienced cooks become nervous when it's time to prepare the Thanksgiving turkey. Let us help relieve the pressure with our delectable recipes and information on how to cook a turkey to make Thanksgiving dinner a success.
Add big flavor to the starring dish on your Thanksgiving table with silky-sweet honey and abundant fresh herbs. Serve your delicious turkey with tangy-sweet Apple Cider Sauce instead of traditional gravy for an updated twist.
Watch our technique for carving a turkey.
We recommend roasting turkeys in a 325-degree-F oven using these timing guidelines:
Note: For unstuffed turkeys of the same weight, reduce total cooking time by 15 to 45 minutes.
A sensational jam of tart apple, sweet onion, and roasted garlic contributes amazing flavor to a traditional roast turkey. Brushing on the jam during roasting forms a delicious crust, adding great texture contrast to the juicy turkey.
Give your turkey big flavor using herbs. We'll show you how to do it.
Stuffings require three elements:
Create your own:
Watch how easy it is to make homemade bread cubes to use for stuffings.
Festive cranberries make a welcome appearance in this Southern-inspired stuffing recipe. Cook each serving in its own casserole dish for a special, holiday-worthy presentation.
With the flavors of the classic New Orleans dish, this stuffing is rich and decadent -- with a healthy dose of spinach for good measure.
Buttery challah, fresh fennel, sweet dried fruit, and crunchy walnuts are perfectly balanced in this festive stuffing reminiscent of bread pudding.