Showing posts from November, 2012

Roux Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving, it's the holiday of gastronomy, a challenge that takes place in every kitchen in America to make the best Thanksgiving turkey. We sit around, our mouths watering with self-imposed fasting waiting to nosh on that slow cooked turkey, stuffing, rolls and tons of other food that goes with it. It's the one day a year where I risk everything as a diabetic and attempt to break out of the triple digits in my sugar readings.

I know there's a lot of people out there always trying to impress the family with the perfect Turkey for Thanksgiving. I also know there's a lot of different recipes out there, many which are good, but I have a secret for making the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. I learned this trick about ten years ago, and have never looked back since. It's a roux roasted Thanksgiving turkey recipe that's out of this world.

How To:
The method is very similar to a French Roux, in that you let the Turkey cook for awhile then extract the juices from the pa…