Roasting A Turkey In A Roaster Oven  

Frozen turkey can be placed in the refrigerator to thaw the meat. Depending on the size of the turkey, it may take even a week to thaw.

On the day you want to cook the turkey, place the bird in the sink which has been just scrubbed. Allow cold water to run in the open cavity till it gets thawed.

Preheat your oven to a temperature of 425 degrees F. The meat would be cooked at this temperature until the skin turns golden brown. You can remove the necks and gizzards from inside the bird if your wish.

Take a roasting pan and fill it with water up to an inch. Then place the bird with its breast side facing up. Grease the meat with butter or olive oil to get a crispy roast. Sprinkle some granulated onion and garlic along with sage, thyme, pepper and salt.

Cook the turkey for about half an hour at a temperature of 425 degrees F. Further, turn down the oven temperature of the oven to about 325 degrees F. Keep monitoring the internal temperature of the turkey by inserting a meat thermometer between the breast and the leg of the bird.

Once it reads 150 degrees F, you can remove the meat from the oven. Remember that the turkey would keep cooking for another 10 to 12 minutes after you remove it from the oven and reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees F which indicates it is fully done. Ensure that you keep basting the turkey in order to prevent the meat from drying out.

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