Since this year is my first roast turkey (drill for the "war" of Christmas!), I chose this turkey recipe with an exaggerated title. In fact, it's really simple. Most of the time, the chicken is baked in the oven, and people are at home. Once the thermometer rises to 165°F, it's done. The hard place I think is in two, one is that if the frozen chicken is not completely opened, it will be very troublesome to take the chicken neck from the belly; the other is to make gravy gravy, this time the gravy recipe I am not very satisfied, next time test. Extracted from World's Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey of foodnetwork, a lot of people... (8 people ate a little half of the rhythm...) http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/worlds-simplest-thanksgiving-turkey-recipe2/ Index.html
Take out the turkey's neck and keep it for cooking broth; liver and heart after I slice it, put the wine, soak the onion, ginger, garlic, stir-fried
The turkey is dried with kitchen paper and seasoned with salt and black pepper.
Thyme, apple pieces, onion pieces, garlic, carrot pieces
Preheat the oven at 325°F, turkey surface with melted butter and bake for 2-2.5 hours
Remove the turkey, apply a layer of butter, raise the temperature to 425 °F, bake for 1-1.5 hours, and raise the temperature to 165 °F to the internal temperature of the turkey (usually measuring the thigh of the chicken or the depth of the chicken sternum).
Allow to stand for 15-20 minutes after taking out, at this time you can make gravy