Wednesday, November 14, 2007

WFMW - Turkey Tip

I can't really claim that I thought this one up all on my own. I actually got it from my cooking magazine but I did test it out recently and it really did help.

So I always use the roasting bags when I do my turkey at Thanksgiving and even though they tell you to put flour in the bottom of the bag to keep the bird from sticking to the bag it never really works all that well. Someone has to hold the bird up (usually a good 20lb. bird) while someone else peels the bag off the bottom of the bird. Just a little challenging.

The tip in my magazine was to put celery stalks under the bird while it is roasting. How clever thought me! But I wanted to try it out first on a chicken. So I did and I am happy to report it really works.

So we will be putting celery under our turkey while it roasts and we will not have to peel the bag off the bottom!

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3 comments:

Mommy Cracked said...

That's a great tip! I'm passing this along to my husband...he is the bird cooker around here! Thanks!

Melissa Markham said...

That's a great idea! Thanks for sharing it!

TX Poppet said...

I've never heard of this, but it makes so much sense. Thanks for the tip!