I just made this again with fantastic results! YUM! I brined the breast overnight. I put a couple of pats of butter, a splash of white wine, some chopped celery and five cloves of garlic in the pot and a few inside the turkey breast. Before rubbing it with the onion soup mix, I rubbed it with olive oil, then rubbed it all over and under the skin. Cooked on high for 1 hour and then low for five hours. Absolutely perfect. Today, I'm going to layer the leftover turkey on top of stuffing in the slow cooker with gravy poured over the top and heat through. I followed all the instructions but even so it came out just a bit dry. I think next time I will add some broth to the bottom of the crock and rub the turkey breast with olive oil. I will definitely use this recipe again. Couldn't be easier and the leftovers were great. I made gravy with some of the juices from the bottom, very good. I put the bones back in the crock and added some more celery, garlic and onion, cooked til the next morning and had wonderful turkey broth.
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I just made this again with fantastic results! YUM! I brined the breast overnight. I put a...