This was wonderful! With it just being my husband and myself, I used 2 pounds of boneless turkey breast tenderloins. After reading the reviews I decided to put my own spin on things to make sure that it stayed moist. Along with the gravy, flour, wor. sauce, garlic and pepper, I added a 1 1/2 cups of chicken broth to cover the turkey completely. (I did leave out the bacon, didn't think it needed it.) I then added 5 leaves of fresh sage and 6 sprigs of fresh thyme. I cooked it on low for 4 hours and it was done, but since we weren't ready to eat yet I turned it to warm for another 4 hours. It turned out SOOOOO moist and juicy, and tasty! I will definitely be making this all year round!
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This was wonderful! With it just being my husband and myself, I used 2 pounds of boneless...