Hands down the best turkey I have made. Or, should I say the only turkey I will make. Being first generation Chinese-American, Thanksgiving was never a thing for us, much less learning how to make a Turkey. My mom made a turkey eon ago; we were stuck with dry turkey meat for weeks. It wasn't until a couple of years ago I attempt to make a turkey myself. Thanks to this recipe, a new Thanksgiving tradition is born. This turkey is so juicy and delicious, just like how real turkey should taste. I can't believe we have missed out on turkey all these years. We have to increase the size of our turkey every year just so that we would have enough leftovers. Our family from oversea insisted they would never liked turkey was immediately converted once they tasted it, commenting how they never had a turkey this moist. I pretty much stay true to the recipe, except tying the bird down so that it would cook more evenly and putting extra foil on the legs (a trick from food network). I also baste the turkey here and there during baking when I remember to.
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Hands down the best turkey I have made. Or, should I say the only turkey I will make. Being...