If you have time, try seasoning your turkey and then returning it to the fridge for 2 or 3 hours before beginning to roast it.
By Robin from Washington, IA
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By JP (Guest Post)11/26/2008
I take a bowl and mix olive oil, oregano, salt (little), pepper, garlic and onion powder, and paprika. Rub generously the morning of, and use one of those injector needles to get the oil and spices inside the meat. Don't forget the body and cavities, under the wings, and under the skin. The paprika really makes it golden brown!
By alialawakbar (Guest Post)11/26/2008
Soak turkey in sugar and salt water for 1 day, then bamm the best turkey in the world.
By (Guest Post)11/25/2008
What is the best seasoning for a turkey and the proper temperature?
By t.r.mawyer AT live.com (Guest Post)11/24/2008
My wife is looking for some suggestions about seasoning our turkey. She uses butter, salt, pepper, and garlic but wants to try something new this year. Any suggestions?
By Ann 615 AT gmail.com (Guest Post)11/13/2008
What's the best seasoning for a roasted turkey?
My daughter injects her turkey the nite before cooking , then she cooks it in a covered roaster the next day, so moist & tasty.
By Jac k Pakonis (Guest Post)11/20/2005
we added seasonings to the brine we soaked the turkey in and it was so very delicious and juicy. we soaked in brine in the frige for three days
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