4 Reviews

Delicious! Even the finicky eaters enjoyed. Be sure to thoroughly sharpen about 3 knives before getting started.

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sharacab December 27, 2011

Okay, this tasted really great though I really followed the technique more than the recipe. However I'm not sure I would do it too many times. It was a lot of work to remove the bones. Not sure if I can find someone to do it here for me or not. Chef 599231 wasn't kidding about the profuse sweating. It was quite a workout. Not to mention I bleeped several four letter words while deboning. More than I've said in ten years. But I did it and it turned out great. Thanks for the inspiration.

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Sherri at the Beach June 02, 2009

I've made this recipe twice since seeing it on Martha Stewart's show. It really is a great tasting dish. However, it is also very time consuming deboning the turkey yourself. It takes me at least 1 & 1/2 hours because I use a 20 pound turkey...not to mention the profuse amount of sweating that takes place!! Next time, I will order the turkey from Andronico's and have them debone it for me. Otherwise, I highly recommend making this turkey. Your guests will be greatly impressed!!

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magic8 September 28, 2007
Turkey - Deboned and Rolled