Oven Roasted Turkey Breast #ABRecipes

Oven Roasted Turkey Breast #ABRecipes

Oven Roasted Turkey Breast

In Mexico my country of origin depending from which region you are from is the Christmas dinner tradition that the family follows. My family was from Chihuahua a state located in the north of the Mexican Republic and very close from the border to Texas.  I remember many of the groceries my family purchased were from El Paso, TX which was very close from our town so I grew up enjoying a lot of the American Southern traditions like corn bread, cranberry sauce, turkey and gravy.  Our Christmas dinner menu also embraced other cultures so we were used to have favorites like Bacalao a la Vizcaina (cod fish stew) prepared to honor our Spaniard heritage, Romeritos with mole and shrimp cakes to honor our indigenous roots and for dessert we were used to have Spanish turrones or nougat and Lebanese date and nut bars. Indeed a vast variety of foods that celebrated who we are and from where our ancestors were from. Nowadays I live in Florida and got married to a Cuban so my traditions have changed a bit because of this merge nevertheless the desire to embrace my culture and traditions it is still prevalent so every year aside from eating lechon and congri  we also enjoy oven roasted turkey breast during Christmas time but prepared with different condiments so that it is a welcomed treat for such a special family gathering and that is why today I want to share with you how I prepare a juicy oven roasted turkey breast, so let’s cook!

Ingredients to prepare Oven Roasted Turkey Breast #ABRecipes

Ingredients to prepare Oven Roasted Turkey Breast

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 fresh turkey breast (5.5 pounds)
  • 3 cubes of compound butter with garlic and spices (85 grams or 3 ounces)
  • 1 cup of white wine could be Chardonnay or any other white wine of your preference
  • 1 large oven bag
  • 2 teaspoons of rotisserie chicken seasoning

For the glaze:

  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 2 teaspoons of  deli style mustard
  • 2 teaspoons of orange preserve
  • 1 teaspoon of rotisserie chicken seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon of ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of paprika
How to prepare an oven roasted turkey breast

How to prepare an oven roasted turkey breast

Preparation time: 3 hours (though you might want to brine the turkey in vinegar, bay leaves, oregano and salt a day in advance for moist). Serves 6-8 guests. The approximate cost per person is less than $1.50 depending on the ingredients cost at your local supermarket. You will need measuring spoons, a mixing bowl, a spoon, a large oven bag, a thermometer, and a roasting pan or a Pyrex.

Take the turkey out of the brine and place it  inside a large oven bag and then rest it on a roasting pan or a Pyrex.  Then with your hands separate the skin from the meat and make a pocket. In that pocket place one of the compound butter with garlic and press with your fingers to make sure the breast is covered inside. Do the same thing with the other side of the breast.  For the glaze combine all the ingredients of the list in a mixing bowl and combine well using a spoon. With that same spoon cover the turkey breast making sure you do it evenly. When done sprinkle some of the rotisserie chicken condiment on top to create a savory crust when cooking in the oven. Before closing the oven bag pour on the side one cup of white wine this will help the turkey stay moist. Then close the bag following the instructions of the package and cook your turkey breast for 2.5 hours at a 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The oven roasted turkey breast will be ready when reaching an internal temperature of 170 degrees Fahrenheit. Take it out of the oven and let it rest for few minutes before slicing. Remove the bag carefully and place it in a nice serving plate.

Sliced Oven Roasted Turkey with gravy and cranberry sauce #ABRecipes

Sliced Oven Roasted Turkey with gravy and cranberry sauce

You can serve this turkey with gravy and cranberry sauce and a side of corn bread stuffing. To prepare the gravy place a sauce pan in the stove, add 1 tablespoon of flour and let it cook until golden brown, then add 1 teaspoon of butter,  1 cup of chicken stock, the renderings of the turkey  and 1 cup of white wine. Use a whisk to incorporate the ingredients and let the sauce thicken. You can add saute mushrooms if desired. Serve on a saucer and let your guests enjoy with their carved turkey.

Merry Christmas!

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Author:Adriana

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  • Dailycurlz.com

    parece increíble, anoche estaba buscando una receta para una pechuga que compre y vi esta en pinterest. gracias mil.. cuando la haga te hago tag.

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Si vi que hiciste pin a mi foto que coincidencia, que bueno que trataras mi receta me avisas si tienes alguna pregunta, besos!

  • Maria Machuca

    Beautiful pictures! el pavo se ve delicioso.

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Many thanks Maria happy you liked my recipe! =)

  • mamalatina

    Se ve delicioso Adriana, yo ando viendo que nueva receta hago este año, y esta se ve muy fácil de hacer. Gracias!

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Hola Silvia en efecto es muy sencillo hacer esta pechuga de pavo si quieres hacer un pavo entero solo hay que comprar la bolsa de hornear extra grande y marinar el pavo un dia antes asi como inyectarlo con vino antes de hornear para que quede jugoso, muchas gracias por tu visita!

  • Adriana Hogar-Mujer

    Me gusto mucho la receta, y sobre todo porque ahora puedo aprovechar una pechuga que tengo en el freezer. Gracias

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Me alegro mucho te sirve la receta Adriana saludos!

  • Natalia Carter

    Se ve muy rico, ideal para la cena de navidad!

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Me encanta es nuestra tradicion!

  • http://www.ahorrosparatodas.com/ diana rodriguez

    Super delicioso esta manera de prepararlo!

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Es muy sencillo y rapido tambien Diana

  • Veronica Cervera

    Espectacular. Se me hace la boca agua de pensar el sabor que le dará esa mermelada de naranjas.

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Queda muy sabroso amiga!

  • Mamá XXI

    ¡Que rico!! El pavo me fascina!! debe quedar delicioso con la mermelada yummmm

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Queda fabuloso nunca falla!

  • Maybelline

    Yum! I love Turkey!!!

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      It is very tasty Maybelline!

  • mommyhoodsdiary

    Que rica se ve esta receta! En casa solo nos gusta la pechuga así que me encanto. Gracias por compartir.

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Gracias Oriana en mi casa tambien nadie come mas que la pechuga asi que esta receta les encanta, saludos!

    • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Y es tan facil de hacer!

  • http://www.adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

    Muchas gracias Yissele!