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Crockpot turkey breast recipe for lazy people like me!

Posted by wertach 7 SC (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 21, 11 at 15:12

I make a really tasty turkey breast in my crockpot often, simple and easy. It may come in handy at this time of year.

First, you need an oval crockpot that will hold a turkey breast and gets at least close to boiling temps!

It should be thawed but I have made it with a frozen one many times.

Wash the bird, put in pot with the cavity side up. Pour a can of Golden mushroom soup in the cavity. Cover and turn on high.

4 hours or so, depending on your pot. Frozen, about 8 hours depending on your pot.

It came in handy last Thanksgiving when I had some extra guests arrive the day before. Not enough time to thaw out a breast, and extra mouths to feed!


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RE: Crockpot turkey breast recipe for lazy people like me!

Sounds great. These are the recipes I like. I get everything in the crock pot the night before and place in frig. Next morning I take it out and pug it in. When I get home from work dinner is waiting. Thanks Lynn


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RE: Crockpot turkey breast recipe for lazy people like me!

The recipe for Stickey Chicken works well for turkey breast too. Must be thawed, rub with the seasonings and refrigerte overnight, then put it in the crockpot.

Yum! Takes a little more planning though. :(

Deanna


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