Delicious! This is a great recipe to make any time, but especially during the hot weather. This is the first time I used a crockpot for a boneless turkey breast. It was very moist, had a lot of flavor and the leftovers made a great club sandwich. Cook once have 3 or 4 meals. I did not add the worchestershire.
Made this in my pressure cooker and threw in all the ingredients and set the times for 30 minutes. My electric pressure cooker begins timing as soon as the pressure is reached. It didn't take long to get it there. Total time was about 35-40 min and it was ready to eat. DELICIOUS! You don't need to wait all day to get this tasty dish. Invest in a pressure cooker and your meal will be done in a fraction of the time and taste every bit as good!
Great recipe. Moist turkey, delicious flavor. Easy to make. I made dumplins and placed them in the frig until the turkey was done. Then I took the broth along with some of the turkey and made the dumplins. YUM, YUM.....it was a hit with the entire family. I will not prepare turkeys in the oven again. Thanks!!
Lovely recipe and couldn't be simpler. My slow cooker is an over achiever so I cooked it for 6 hours on LOW and it was definitely done. Turkey breast was tender and had a good flavor. No more oven for me!
Delish! When I first came across the recipe I was just a little skeptical. Worcestershire sauce? Who'd have thought! I did make a few changes. First of all, I reduced the amount of worcestershire. For an 8 lb turkey breast I only used the 3Tbs. Also(from force of habit/Thanksgiving tradition), I put 1 chopped apple, 1 small onion and about 2 Tbs of dried rosemary both in the cavity and on top of the turkey. Not sure if it made a differance but my Granny would have approved. By the time I made it home from work and attempted to place the turkey on the serving platter, it literally fell apart! We just pulled it apart and sat down for a no-fuss Sunday dinner on Thursday. Thanks for sharing! My family and I both thank you.
I'm giving this method 5 stars. I was dreading having to carve the turkey, but there was no need to carve: the meat was absolutely falling off the bone. I thought this was similar to brining so I put some sugar and salt into the broth. I'm not sure, but this may have prevented it from overcooking. I learned from Alton Brown that when you brine a turkey, you can cook it up to 180 without it getting too dry. Well I put this on the crockpot for 9 hours, and when I came home with 20 minutes to go, the thermometer had already popped. I was worried about it being too dry, but it wasn't. Next time I may put some spices on under the skin or put some more flavors in the broth, but this is 100% fantastic. I finally have a turkey meal for a weeknight. I would recommend this to anyone and everyone.
This was great! I have 4 kids and 3 crockpots, so I obviously like anything using them. This was a great base recipe. Once I tried it and it was good, I tweaked it slightly by using a 6lb breast, adding a small ringed onion, a bit of rosemary and hungarian paprika, and some celery stalks.
Wow, this was excellent! Very tender and flavorful. I only used an 8-ounce carton of broth and put in the other seasonings at the beginning rather than two hours into it.
This was very good and tender, and extremely easy. The only thing I will change next time is to cut the amount of thyme. It was a little too much for us. Thanks.
Excellent recipe, and so easy with the crockpot. Thanks so much!