This is perfect for our little family! My husband is going to be excited about this one – thank you for sharing!
I love marinating in storage bags as well! It makes cleanup SO easy and it doesn’t take up a lot of room in my fridge. I love this prep chart. I’m not making TG dinner this year but I’ll be sure to send to my Mom.
I, too, go through SO many bags! This recipe looks delicious!
I love this recipe! We usually just eat turkey the boring old way
This looks delicious and easy! I always forget that turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving!
I usually just do a turkey breast but I’m attempting a whole bird this year! Thanks for the infographic. I’m pinning that for sure!
I use plastic bags to marinate food all the time. As it defrosts, it continues to marinate. I love brined turkey! So moist and flavorful!
We buy William Sonoma Turkey Brine.
Jennifer, I even use HEfty Giant storage bags for brining my turkey in–who says it needs to be for clothes?!
ACCIDENTALLY GOT A BONE IN TURKEY. CAN I MAKE THIS RECIPE WITH BONE IN AS WELL?
I think the recipe would still work.
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Don’t want to deal with the mess of a turkey this holiday season? This Roasted Turkey Breast recipe is much quicker and easier to clean up than a whole bird.
I use plastic storage bags a lot. They are great for preparing meals and cleaning up meals as well. I use storage bags to store leftovers . They really do help keep foods fresh. I also use storage bags when I marinate meats. Hefty storage slider bags are strong and perfect for marinating because they won’t leak or open by accident.
Marinating or brining a turkey is a great way to liven up the flavor this Thanksgiving. We are hosting dinner this year. My husband loves to brine the whole turkey. Brining whole turkey is a process. We had to purchase a special bucket to fit a large turkey and the brining liquid. For smaller versions, I just marinate turkey in herbs and cider.
A traditional Thanksgiving meal doesn’t have to be made only on Thanksgiving. This weekend I did a dry run on a smaller scale. Instead of using a whole turkey for just the four of us I used a boneless turkey breast. The meat from a whole turkey is given moisture from the skin and bones during cooking. A boneless turkey breast, however, will not have the benefit of moisture from the bones and skin, so marinating helps give additional flavor and moisture to the meat.
Marinating doesn’t need to take long. I marinated the turkey breast over night, but a few hours is really all that you need. Simply place the meat into a hefty storage bag, poor the marinade over the meat, and place the package into the refrigerator until ready to cook.
Hefty has put together a great infographic to help you plan your Thanksgiving meal this year. From prep to clean up Hefty has you covered
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