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An excellent meal! The basting sauce really compliments the flavor of the turkey without overpowering the meal. I served it with candied carrots and green beans. I used a whole turkey breast, and doubled the sauce to accomodate the larger turkey breast, cooking it slowly in a covered roaster in the oven (about 3 1/2 hours at 300 F).

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Leta February 25, 2003

Loved this recipe & will make it often. It tasted great & cut very well. Added the 1/4 milk for gravy which was all gone on the first serving. I served this for dinner, then in pasta. Finished it off with turkey sandwiches. Thank you Stephanine C

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Kit^..^ty Of Canada March 09, 2005

What a wonderful recipe! I made it as written, just doubling the sauce for a larger turkey breast. The leftover sauce has been tremendous over cooked carrots and green beans. This will be a "regular" for me!

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JHansen September 09, 2003

My AC is broken so I was looking for a crockpot recipe but I didn't want a stew or casserole type. When I ran across this recipe, I hit on a winner! This was fabulous. I followed your directions exactly. Fifteen minutes before we ate, I added 1/4 cup milk to make a "gravy" to spoon over the turkey. I served it with Mashed Potatoes and steamed carrots. It was like Thankgiving in August and I didn't have to heat up the kitchen! I will make this again and again. Thanks for posting a great recipe.

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Malriah August 05, 2003

This would have been good as posted. Decided to use suggestions form a few other cooks and a couple additions of my own. Doubled sauce. Added milk at the end. Also added a dalop of sour cream and some grated parm. Shreaded chicken breast in sauce and served over wheat pasta with steamed broccoli. Yum!

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odomjko July 29, 2012

I didn't have vegetable flavored cream cheese so subbed in what I had....the new roasted garlic flavor and this dish was fabulous. We will be making a wine white sauce with the gravy, use some of the leftover breast, some shrimp, bacon, leek with pasta tonight.....can hardly wait!

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karen in tbay April 09, 2012

This was good, but pretty dry. This could be my fault, as it ended up cooking a few hours longer than it should due to a doggie emergency. The cream cheese coating was odd too. Good flavor, but not something I will make again.

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Jaudon April 15, 2008

This was a little strange. It tasted fine, but no one loved it.

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Camila W. February 03, 2008

OMG! This was the most tasty, moist delicious turey I have ever made. I was a little leary about the lemon and garlic on turkey, but WOW, the lemon made it so tasty. I will always use this recipe, and make it more then twice a year. Thanks for another great recipe.

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Crayolamom December 26, 2007
Herbed Turkey Breast