Turkey is synonymous with Thanksgiving dinner, and our recipes give you great ways to show off your bird. Whether you prefer your turkey stuffed with all the traditional trimmings, simply roasted, or spice-rubbed and BBQ'd, we have what you need for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.
Every day is a special occasion when you serve this roast turkey seasoned with lemon and Italian spices. Homemade gravy adds a special touch to this dinner recipe.
If you love citrus, this orange glazed turkey is for you. A complimentary orange sauce adds even more intense flavor.
Thanksgiving is synonymous with turkey, and this low-fat recipe with less than five ingredients just couldn't be simpler. Fill the turkey with your choice of stuffing.
Fry your turkey for a perfectly moist interior and extra-crispy skin.
Butter, herbs, and garlic rubbed onto the traditional Thanksgiving turkey creates a flavor-saturated show stopper. Serve it with festive trimmings including pears and herbs.
Roasted apples surround this golden brown Thanksgiving turkey, making for an astounding flavor combination.
Why buy prepared stuffing when it's so easy to make your own? This fruit and nut version is splendid when served with the basic turkey recipe.
After taking just one bite of this tender turkey, you'll never use another preparation method besides this one come Thanksgiving or Christmas.
A yummy maple syrup and soy sauce mixture gives this holiday favorite a sweet and savory bite.
Spread part of the brown sugar glaze beneath the turkey's skin to infuse the meat with mellow flavor. Add bourbon to the remaining glaze and brush over the turkey.
Glazed apples and cider-brined turkey unite in this fall-friendly feast. Use the delicious drippings to make a tangy apple gravy.
This roasted turkey has winter-fresh orange flavor to serve at Thanksgiving of anytime. Serve the bird, surrounded with candied fruits, on a platter.
Seasoned bread crumbs contribute to the golden coat for this Christmas turkey recipe.
These light puffy yeast rolls, which resemble miniature clutch-style purses, were named for the Parker House Hotel in Boston, where they originated during the late 19th century. Serve them with soups, salads, and roasted meats. These soft yeast rolls that look like little purses are associated with the famous Boston hotel.