This was the juciest yummy turkey I've ever had. As others, I only added half the salt which was perfect.
Delicious, very moist and flavorful! I did not find it necessary to brown during the last 15 minutes, but next time I will not cover the legs and wings unless they start to brown too much. I will definitely make this again. Thanks!
This turkey recipe for taste is a 5 and a 4 for the amount of time it takes to get it browned. The taste is amazing and well worth the effort. The drippings made super gravy. The tenting is good but the wings and legs (dark meat) were not cooked all the way with them covered and cooking it way longer than stated. That said the turkey was moist and tasty. Thanks for sharing Alan! Enjoy! ChefDLH
The turkey was moist and very tasty (the herbs were a great addition). The drippings were added to and helped make a great gravy. Thanks!
An excellent recipe. I roasted a frozen turkey instead of the usual fresh turkey that I used to buy. The entire turkey was very moist and was very tasty. I used a 1/4 lb of butter instead of 4 tbs. I also suggest leaving the tent on for 2 hours and the basting is a must.
Served this turkey for the first Christmas Eve dinner I ever hosted and it was a hit! Very flavorful and moist--not a shred leftover (bad for me; it must make a yummy sandwich). Thanks for posting!
Great recipe! Everyone loved it! Thanks!
This was okay for us, I served it for a company dinner. No one raved and there are other methods I found to produce better results. There were Plenty of leftovers.
Awesome turkey. Not too moist, not too dry. Great! Thank you so much ;)