Now Up to date with New Video on Methods to Cook dinner Spatchcock Turkey

Learn the Fastest Way to Cook Turkey for the Upcoming Holiday Feasts has updated the website with a new video on how to cook spatchcock turkey. The video is also available on YouTube, and the link below will take the visitors directly to the recipe.

With this video, viewers will learn the fastest way to cook turkey for upcoming holiday dinners. Make spatchcock turkey the star of the table and impress the guests with both presentation and taste.

Here is a quick intro for those who want to know a little more about why the turkey is called a spatchcocked turkey. Spatchcock means butterflying the turkey. The bird’s backbone is removed, and the turkey is flattened to give it a butterfly shape.

How To Cook Spatchcock Turkey (Fast, Easy And Juicy)
How To Cook Spatchcock Turkey (Fast, Easy And Juicy)

This method reduces the overall cooking time by more than half. The flattened turkey also ensures even cooking, so there is no need to worry about overcooking or undercooking. The entire surface area is a bonus, as the meat will absorb all the seasoning, marinades, and sauces better.

Jen Evansy has tried and tested this cooking method and has revived and perfected the recipe for this holiday season. Jen describes it as a clever and simple cooking technique that can be made for Christmas and New Year dinners.

The best thing about this spatchcock turkey recipe is that there is very little prep needed. So, this recipe is a must-try for those who plan to host dinners but cannot do so because of time.

The video demonstrates everything in detail on how to cook spatchcock turkey the fastest way possible. The result is a delicious and succulent turkey right at the center of the dinner table.

Jen calls this turkey a game changer and can also be included in family dinners. One need not wait for a special occasion to make this dish. All it takes is just a full bird and a few minutes.

The ingredients for seasoning are pretty simple. Butter, thyme, rosemary, and lemon zest must be rubbed and spread all over the meat and under the skin. Once the seasoning is done, the turkey needs a good rub of olive oil, a little bit of salt and pepper sprinkled on top, and voila, it is ready to go into the oven.

Viewers might want to listen to the instructions carefully and follow the staps. The link also has a full description and exact cooking times and temperatures for turkeys that are different in size.

This is the best way to cook turkey; the result is juicy, tender, flavorful, and moist meat.

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