How to Make a Roasted Turkey Breast

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In this video, we will show you how to make a roasted turkey breast. This dish is flavorful and a great option to serve for a holiday meal.

Turkey breast is a great source of protein. It can be found easily at local food stores. Sometimes, turkey breast is cooked and served for special occasions. This dish is simple to prepare and can be enjoyed any time of the year.

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Here are other tips and things to know about this recipe: 

  • In this video, we use a boneless turkey breast. You can also follow these tips to make a bone-in turkey breast. The video explains how to adjust the cooking time for a bone-in turkey breast. 
  • Dry brining (salting) the turkey breast before you cook it will add lots of flavor. 
  • Turkey is a low glycemic index (GI) food. This means it will not cause a blood sugar spike that you may get from carbohydrate-rich foods. 
  • Turkey is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, like choline (KO-lean) and selenium (si-LEE-NEE-uhm). 
    • Choline is a nutrient that helps your memory, mood, and muscles function better. 
    • Selenium is a mineral that protects our cells from damage. It also supports thyroid health. 

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Friday, December 8, 2023

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