It’s turkey time! Grab the roasting pan and let’s get to work on creating the perfect meal. Enjoy these 13 Thanksgiving turkey recipes…

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13 Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes: The Perfect Roast

1. Herb & Butter Roasted Turkey

It’s finally time for Turkey Talk!! I LOVE this herb and butter roasted turkey with white wine pan gravy.

From: HalfBakedHarvest

2. Maple-Glazed Turkey with Bacon & Sage Butter

Juicy, tender turkey is slathered with sage-infused butter, shingled with crispy bacon, and glazed with maple syrup in what just might be the best Thanksgiving turkey you’ve ever tasted!

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From: FiveHeartHome

3. The Best Roasted Turkey

Garlic Herb Butter Roasted Turkey – Golden, juicy, and delicious, this is my go-to recipe with a hint of buttery herb flavor and a beautiful color. It’s perfect for serving a crowd at Thanksgiving or Christmas & best all, it’s easy to customize with your favorite herbs.

From: LifeMadeSweeter

4. Easy Garlic & Herb Roast Turkey

This is a no-tears, no-fuss Easy Garlic and Herb Roasted Turkey recipe. Read on to find out how to roast a turkey without losing your mind!

From: NeighborFoodBlog

5. Applewood Smoked Turkey

So here’s the deal. I smoked a turkey breast for time-intensive reasons and in hopes of not wasting any food. I HATE wasting food. This was not an issue considering we took down this turkey in a matter of days – just the two of us.

From: HowSweetEats

6. Maple Bacon Roasted Turkey

This recipe for Maple Bacon Roasted Turkey is so easy to make, you’ll spend less time in the kitchen this Thanksgiving and more time with your guests.

From: CarriesExperimentalKitchen

7. How To Smoke A Turkey

Smoking a turkey for is a long-standing tradition in my family! And, it’s easier and quicker than you would think! Learn how to smoke a whole turkey in this tutorial.

From: BlackberryBabe

8. Slow-Cooker Turkey Breast

Slow-Cooker Turkey Breast- Moist, tender, full of flavor and so easy to prepare! Instructions included for making gravy from the drippings.

From: LoveToBeInTheKitchen

9. Tuscan-Style Grilled Turkey

Want to try something a little different this year with your holiday turkey? Wish you had your oven free for side dishes? Or maybe you are having a big enough crowd that you really need two turkeys! Grilled turkey solves all these problems and is fast, easy, and tasty. So, butterfly your turkey this year, rub it with Italian flavors, and make Tuscan grilled turkey!

From: JustALittleBitOfBacon

10. Thanksgiving Bacon Roasted Turkey

Using this Thanksgiving Turkey Brine Recipe is what we call going the extra mile — and it’s SO worth it!  This one extra step will bring your Thanksgiving feast to the next level.

From: CookingOnTheWeekends

11. Seriously Juicy Champagne Turkey

Sharing my secret to super juicy no brine roast turkey recipe that will make you a hero of your Thanksgiving dinner. It involves a bottle of champagne and melted butter! Seriously, unless you want to, you really don’t have to brine your bird anymore.

From: SweetAndSavoryByShinee

12. Rosemary Lemon Roasted Turkey

Rosemary Lemon Roasted Turkey made with infused rosemary-lemon olive oil, garlic, and stuffing.

From: DietHood

13. The Best Roast Turkey

After 34 years of roasting turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, I’ve tried pretty much everything.  I’ve bought turkeys that were fresh, frozen, kosher, pre-brined, self-basting, young, organic, big, small. You name it–I’ve tried it. I’ve brined, basted, not basted, cooked the whole bird in a bag, stuffed, unstuffed, dry rubbed–always in pursuit of the perfect roast turkey.

From: TheYummyLife

How Long To Cook Your Turkey

No Thanksgiving guest is more important than the turkey. But you might have a late arrival on your hands if you don’t get it in the oven on time. Planning a 3 p.m. meal?

From: RealSimple

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