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Old Fashioned Roast Turkey

Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking from AlansKitchen.comIngredients

  • 1  Roast turkey

  •     butter, melted

  •     stuffing

  •     flour

  •     salt

  •     pepper

  •     giblets

  • 1/4  onion

Directions

Preheat oven 350� F.

  1. Clean the turkey and rub the cavity with melted butter. 

  2. Stuff loosely and sew up the opening. 

  3. Tie the legs down firmly, skewer the wings close to the body. 

  4. Put a little water in the bottom of a large roasting pan, place the turkey on a track in the pan, having rubbed it all over with melted butter, sprinkle it with salt and dust lightly with flour.

  5. Turn the turkey on its side. 

  6. Cover and steam for 1-hour and 30 minutes at 350� F. 

  7. Uncover, turn bird on together side, baste and roast uncovered for 45 minutes. 

  8. You want to turn the breastbone up. 

  9. Reduce temperature to 325� F and continue to bake the turkey. 

  10. Cooking time is dependent on the weight. 

  11. Estimate 20 minutes per pound.

  12. To make the gravy: boil giblets in water with onion for 1 hour or until tender. 

  13. When cooked mince both giblets and onion. Reserve the giblet broth. 

  14. After turkey is finished, remove from roasting pan and cover with foil to keep warm. 

  15. Put the roasting pan on the stove and heat on low. 

  16. Mix the flour with the turkey drippings and brown. 

  17. Add in the water. 

  18. Add giblets and broth.

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