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Crock Pot Turkey Breast

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Crock Pot Turkey Breast

 

3 -3 1/2 lbs boneless turkey breast
2 tsp poultry seasoning
3 (14-oz) cans reduced-fat chicken broth
2 Tbs butter

 

 

Remove turkey from wrapper and refrigerate gravy packet.

 

Leave netting on turkey breast and keep the turkey in one piece; rub turkey down on both sides with poultry seasoning and set in crock pot.

Add 2 cans of chicken broth to the crock pot, set to low, and cook for 6~8 hours.

At the 5-6 hour mark, turn the turkey over, and add one more can of broth to the crock pot.

At the end of the cooking time, remove turkey from the pot and place in a shallow baking pan, remove the netting, rub the top with butter, and set under a broiler in the oven to crisp up a bit.

Allow the turkey to sit 15 minutes before cutting.

Use some of the turkey juices to pour over dressing/stuffing if you made some to give it extra flavor.

Use the rest of the juices mixed with the gravy packet in a saucepan on the stove, heated with some cornstarch or flour to make a gravy for the meat.

**My store was out of the boneless breast so today I am making the bone in whick I usually cook on low for 6 hours,flip and add my extra broth and then cook another 1 1/2 hours(for me the bone in usually is perfect at about 7.5 hours)

**You can usually get away just 1 can of broth...but I do like to add the extra if you're going to use it...I like to add it to stuffing,broth for homemade noodles,or gravy.

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I have mine in my crock-pot as I type!!!LOL

 

I marinated ours last night in Cajun seasonings. And added 1/2 cup of broth.

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I have mine in my crock-pot as I type!!!LOL

 

I marinated ours last night in Cajun seasonings. And added 1/2 cup of broth.


 Oh Ruthie that sounds soooo good!!! I went plain since I'm sharing with my parents and I just want sandwiches but I LOVE LOVE LOVE cajun spice!!I do that on chickens a lot!YUM!!!

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Yum!  I love how easy this recipe is.  What do you usually serve with it?

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I usually  like to make homemade sandwiches.In this case I made the molasses honey wheat bread also and we ate sandwiches for a couple days....I am also a HUGE fan of the hot turkey sandwiches with mashed potatoes and gravy.Or sometimes too I will make turkey pot pies :)

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