All posts tagged: turkey breast

Easy & Delicious Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes for 2020

I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Well…at least for us Canadians! Thanksgiving is one of my favourite holidays because it mainly centres around food and eating food all day. Plus, it’s a great time to sit back, relax and enjoy the fall season with your friends and family. Although the holidays may look different this year, I still wanted to give you a full Thanksgiving menu so that you can make it for your family or your close friends. All of the recipes look really impressive but they are really easy and just about anyone can pull these recipes off. So if you’re in need of some recipe inspiration for Thanksgiving, check out the recipes down below and let me know which ones you want to make. Additionally you can also watch my brand new YouTube video to see how I made everything from scratch! Roasted Turkey Breast with Bread Stuffing I am taking Thanksgiving turkey to the next level with this Roasted Turkey Breast with Bread Stuffing. It has all …

Herbed Turkey Breast with Roasted Apples

The moment you have all been waiting for, it’s time to reveal the star of Thanksgiving dinner—my Herbed Turkey Breast with Roasted Apples. Honestly, does it get more autumnal than this? Turkey is a staple during Thanksgiving, and has always been a tradition to have this for Thanksgiving dinner probably for decades now. While cooking an entire turkey is fun and a bit of a culinary challenge, that is WAY too much for two people! So, for a smaller crowd, I opted to cook a turkey breast. I picked up this fantastic, locally-raised turkey breast from the butcher at Red Barn grocery store here in Victoria. I find that with basically all meats, buying local and free-range (if available) really has its benefits. Not only does the meat taste more flavourful (the way meat should taste) you also support your local farmers. A total win-win! I found this skin-on turkey breast to be incredibly rich and flavourful despite just being the turkey breast (i.e. white meat), and frankly, I didn’t miss the dark meat at …