Slow Roasted N'Awlins Turkey

Slow Roasted N'awlins Turkey Recipe

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Lynnda Cloutier


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    1 turkey, 14 to 18 pounds
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    1/4 cup poultry seasoning
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    2 tbsp. salt
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    2 tbsp. black pepper
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    1/2 cup margarine, softened, 1 stick

How to Make Slow Roasted N'Awlins Turkey


  1. Remove giblets and rinse turkey inside and out. Pat dry inside and out with
    paper towels. Mix poultry seasoning, salt and pepper in small bowl. Rub mixture
    eon inside and outside of turkey. Rub margarine on inside, outside and under the
    skin. Coat all surfaces of turkey with seasonings and margarine. Place turkey in
    high sided baking pan large enough to hold it. Wrap foil around the wing tips
    and ends of drumsticks. Roast, uncovered, at 500 degrees for 20 minutes or just
    until turkey turns a honey brown color. Reduce temperature to 200 and roast for
    40 to 50 minutes per pound or until cooked through. Place on a platter and cover
    loosely with foil. Let stand for 15 to 20 minutes before carving. Serves 12
    Source: Crescent City Collection, Junior League of New Orleans, Louisiana, and
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About Slow Roasted N'Awlins Turkey

Course/Dish: Turkey Roasts

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