Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 3 hours + standing
Makes16 servings (1-2/3 cups gravy)
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Can I use this recipe and an electric turkey roaster pan?
The turkey is always moist,and delicious! I double the champagne
The Champagne gave the turkey a very fizzy taste - I did not like this recipe.
The gravy was the best I've ever tasted, as others have said. The only thing I'd change is to double or triple the butter and flour for the gravy - mine didn't thicken enough with only 1 tablespoon each. I will definitely do this recipe again next Thanksgiving!
I made this last year and plan to do it again this year. I added a cut lemon, carrots and celery inside the bird for extra flavor. It was awesome.
I've made this several times now. The meat stays nice and moist. It's very very fragrant when cooking. The broth makes an amazing gravy! The only thing I omit is the parsley. It tends to burn when it's stuck on the turkey after basting it.
i gave a friend this recipe to try,which she made for thanksgiving,as i also made,and both of our turkeys came out great,except the onions burnt so we could not make the gravy.could u please give me some help on why the onions burnt so the next i make this the onions will not burns thanks
i gave a friend this recipe to try,which she made for thanksgiving,as i also made,and both of our turkeys came out great .except for one thing the onions burnt so we could not make the gravy,can u please give me some help on why they burn so that this does not happen again thanks
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