How To Cook A Turkey Fast
Professional Chef Shares Secret Technique That Cuts Turkey Cooking Time In Half
by Holly Reyes 11/22/2016
The less time you are preparing for the Thanksgiving meal, the more family time you have, so know this simple trick. Coming from Sam Sifton himself, the Food Editor of the New York Times, we have a wonderfully easy demonstration of how to prepare the turkey in the least amount of time possible. Even though his tricks cut the cooking time in half, this demonstration isn't all about time management, this is about how to cook the turkey to its fullest potential. By cutting the turkey the correct way, placing it in the roasting pan with a plan in mind, and the oven set to the right temperature, this all will help you have a successful meal.
He doesn't just turn on the oven and cook the entire turkey whole, but instead begins by cutting the turkey with a sharp knife into sections. He explains that the more surface area you use in the roasting pan, the less time you'll spend cooking. So, separating each section of the turkey, he is able to place it neatly in the pan along with his vegetables, herbs, seasoning, and butter - the perfect combination for a delicious turkey.
The goal is to keep the outside crispy and flavorful, while allowing the inside to cook thoroughly. His method does exactly that. When he spends only about 30 minutes to allow the turkey to cook, the rest of the time left allows him to baste the meat and continue to crisp. The finished result is flawless. Instead of waiting hours for the turkey to cook whole and potentially dry out, he uses his time wisely and it pays off. Watch the full demonstration in the video below to cook a beautiful turkey too
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