Quoting Addi's Momma:" I get a turkey bag. I think Reynold's makes it. I flip the turkey upside down and let it cook upside down in it's own juice for a few hours. Most tender turkey I have ever made. Super juicy."
Quoting ~Nerdy~:" I actually put some broth in the bottom of the roasting pan with a few sliced onions. With the turkey, ... [snip!] ... spices on. Also, I don't baste the turkey often. The more you open the oven door, the temp drops and it can dry the turkey out."
Quoting coℓton's mama. «3:" TURKEY! Ahh, I want Thanksgiving! Anyways, honey glazed turkey is incredible. I personally have never ... [snip!] ... the one she uses. http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Honey-Glazed-Turkey My mouth is watering just thinking about it! "
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" We normally spatchcock it, because it cooks faster and very, very juicy. I brush it in olive oil mixed with sage, fresh cracked black pepper and sea salt."
Quoting Lailas_Momma TTC #2:" This sounds yummy! How often do you baste it? I know my sister does it every 30 minutes and it's usually dry... :/"It depends on how long it has to cook. Usually I baste it every 1.5-2hrs.
Quoting Lailas_Momma TTC #2:" Is it hard to spatchcock it? Or you kinda just cut around the bones to remove it that way?"