Excellent!! I made this tonight on a whim. I was going to grill our 6.5 lb turkey breast, but thought I'd give this a try.
The only thing I really did differently was smear a couple of pats of butter on the inside of my slow cooker ( as some suggested) and I used dry herb and garlic soup mix that I had on hand.
There is little preparation, I started the procedure at 7 am and didn't turn the cooker off until 4 pm and left it on warm for 1-1/2 hours while I got busy with other things.
This turkey breast browned nicely near the edges and lightly on top, it fell apart as I took it out and there was plenty of delicious juice in the pot.
The meat was succulent, with a melt in your mouth quality. I didn't have time to make gravy out of the juice, so I just set it out as it was; it was wonderful on the turkey and potatoes I served. No additional seasoning needed at all.
As a working mom, this was a godsend, and my husband and teenage children were very very pleased with the results (all, including me, were VERY skeptical at first)turkey breast in a slow cooker...ewww.
I'm going to share this recipe with my friends, it seems wrong not to.
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Excellent!! I made this tonight on a whim. I was going to grill our 6.5 lb turkey breast, but...