Thanksgiving Recipes: How to Make the Two-Hour Turkey From Tastebuds Catering
Sure, its seems easy enough: mash some potatoes, bake some stuffing, boil some cranberries, cook a bird.
While each of these tasks can be easily done on its own, for a properly executed meal, it's all about the timing. The one thing most beginners mess up is getting the turkey in the oven at the right point.
FYI: it can take all day to cook.
Fortunately, for those who are a bit pressed, quicker options do exist. To help you get it together in an expedient fashion, Larry Gebaide of Tastebuds Catering has given us some tips on preparing a two-hour turkey.
Before doing prep, the first step in any Thanksgiving meal is to ensure your turkey has been properly thawed.
According to Gebaide, "When buying a frozen turkey it is best to keep refrigerated for two to three days to thaw naturally".
This recipe is for a 20-pound turkey.