Juciest most flavorful turket ever! My mom raved about it- and she's cooked a lot of turkey in her day. I rubbed the skin of the breast down with olive oil then rubbed on the seasoning (sage- 2 tsp, thyme- 1 tsp, rosemary- 1 tsp, pepper- 1/2 tsp).I tucked chopped onion and celery under the breast, tied it like others had suggested. I put 5 slices of soft-cooked bacon on top of the breast. Used the whole packet of gravy include with the turkey, added a bay leaf and a couple of cups of chicken broth. I did all the prep the night before so all I had to do in the morning was plug in the slow cooker. Because the slow cooker had been in the fridge and was cold, I set it on high for 1 hour, then reduced it to medium for about 2 hours, then low for 7 hours. It was a 7.5 pound bone-in breast. Perfect- and it kept the oven available for other dishes!
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Juciest most flavorful turket ever! My mom raved about it- and she's cooked a lot of turkey in...