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Flattening your turkey means less cooking time. (Fred Lum/Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
Flattening your turkey means less cooking time. (Fred Lum/Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Bored of the same old bird? 15 mouth-watering turkey recipes Add to ...

Why stick with the same old same old. Break with tradition this year and try one of these dishes from the Globe's recipe archive

Peking turkey A gourmet twist on tradition

Butterflied turkey Flattening, or spatchcocking, your turkey produces a juicier bird and means less time in the kitchen

Master turkey roasting recipe To get the perfect turkey, try cooking for a shorter time at a higher heat

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Easy turkey breast This is an easy dinner for two people

Roast turkey with rosemary, garlic and lemon This bird gets flavour from herbs and garlic

Divine turkey breast Cook your veggies, stuffing and turkey in the same pan

Roasted turkey with pan-fried shallots, herbs and pancetta Turkey and pancetta? Yum

Canadian Club turkey brine The rye whisky gives the turkey a sweet, smoky flavour

Roast turkey with cranberry-hazelnut corn-bread stuffing This unusual stuffing take dinner to the next level

Stuffed boned turkey The stuffing has a moist, luxurious, paté-like texture

Herb-scented turkey breast Perfect for a small family that loves white meat

Turkey with oriental plum glaze If you're feeling adventurous, try this barbecued bird

Golden-glaze turkey Honey, jam and steak sauce make this a sweet bird

Boned stuffed turkey legs Love dark meat? This is for you

Apricot-stuffed turkey legs Some people cook the legs separately to make sure the breast stays juicy





 

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