Who has hours to cook a Thanksgiving turkey? Spatchcocking is a cooking technique that gets it done in half the time. Try this easy recipe, plus tips for carving.
Ah, Thanksgiving, the biggest food holiday of them all. When so much depends on getting the turkey right, it’s key to know the basics so your bird is a masterpiece, and not an embarrassing family footnote.
It’s officially oven season!
As the temperatures drop, sheet pan dinners like this one make regular appearances in our kitchen.
I love sheet pan recipes because you can simply throw all your ingredients onto a sheet pan (ok, don’t throw, you want your food arranged in a single layer so it bakes evenly, but you get the idea) and pop it in the oven. No need to wrangle multiple pots and pans on the stove and in the oven to prepare a complete meal. That’s the beauty of recipes like these.
Have you heard of spatchcocking? Not only is it fun to say, it will cut your turkey cooking time in half (at least!)—and in turn, significantly save electrical energy, not to mention save on personal energy.