Are you hosting a smaller Thanksgiving this year? Don't bother with a whole turkey — just roast a turkey breast! One half-breast or even a whole turkey breast makes more than enough for a small party of four to six. (And yes, you'll still have plenty of pan drippings to make gravy.) Turkey breasts are also a cinch to roast. No flipping, no basting, no fuss. Here's a recipe to show you how to do it, step by step.
HOW TO COOK A TURKEY. Are you roasting a whole turkey for the first time this year? Or perhaps you've done this many times before, but you want a quick refresher to brush up on the basics? We'll help you make your mama proud with these step-by-step instructions for roasting a whole turkey. Here is our super basic, super simple, super easy recipe for roasting a super beautiful turkey this Thanksgiving.
Because chicken breasts are low in fat, they can dry out quickly if cooked using a dry-heat method such as baking, so here are 6 steps to baking the perfect chicken breast. Things You'll Need • Baking dish • Meat thermometer • Basting brush • Olive oil • Chicken breast(s) • Salt, pepper and other seasonings of choice • Sauce (optional) http://www.livestrong.com/article/498487-how-to-bake-boneless-skinless-chicken-breasts-in-the-oven-and-keep-them-tender/