We loved this recipe! My Kroger just started carrying all cuts of Turkey and I was so excited to find this recipe, it is a go to when I have a class at night and the rest of the family needs to have dinner. It is really flavorful and a nice alternative to pot roast. Thank you for posting.
This is sooooo delicious. I follow the recipe exactly. I can't wait try on turkey wings.
I was surprised that my boyfriend chose to make this on his day off. If he can cook it, then any begginer cook can pull this off and it is sure to impress. This dish was so comforting. I came home to my house filled with the aroma of spices. I was worried about the vegetables being over cooked, but they were cooked perfectly. The turkey was the most juicy poultry I have ever tasted. It was fall off the bone and had a warm southern taste.
No luck getting turkey legs at the grocery, so used a boneless turkey breast--worked very well. This turned out better than I expected. The breast meat was very juicy and the seasonings permeated the meat. The veggies, also were tender and well flavored. Left the peel on the potatoes. Very happy to have a slow cooker recipe for turkey and hopefully will get to try this with the legs. Thanks so much for the post.
Great recipe but I made a few changes. I used boneless turkey breast; added poulty seasoning. Not easy to find a recipe for turkey in the slow cooker; thanks for posting. Rita
Good recipe. I would not have thought to put turkey legs in a slow cooker like a roast. This turned out tasty and tender!
I learned two lessons while making this recipe (I should've known better): don't buy the cheap plastic pepper mills, and grind the pepper into small bowl before adding to crockpot! The top of my pepper grinder came off, and whole peppercorns went everywhere! Needless to say, my dish was 'peppery'. It is a good recipe, though, if there is nothing wrong with the chef. I didn't peel my potatoes (personal preference). Thanks for posting!