Frozen Whole Turkey Breast
3 to 9 lb. | SERVINGS: varies
Perfect for any occasion, our Frozen Whole Turkey Breasts are a delicious and healthy choice for small holiday gatherings or as a complement to your whole turkey.
Available Nationwide at Select Retailers
All of our whole turkey (fresh and frozen), boneless roasts, and bone-in breasts are available in all major retailers across the country. Please be sure to check with the store manager if you do not find the item or specific size you’re looking for.
Serving size: 4oz. (112 g)
Servings Per Container: Varies
Ingredients: Turkey Breast with Ribs.
Thaw in refrigerator (not at room temperature). Place unopened roast on a tray in refrigerator for 1½ to 2 days, or until thawed. To thaw faster, place unopened roast in cold tap water for 3 to 5 hours. Change water every 30 minutes to keep turkey cold. When thawed, keep in refrigerator until ready to cook. Cook within 4 days of thawing.
Prepare Whole Turkey Breast. Remove plastic netting and package. Drain juices and dry breast with paper towels. Stuff breast if desired. Prepare 2 to 4 cups of stuffing just before using. Fill rib and neck cavities with stuffing. Cover exposed stuffing with aluminum foil. Brush skin with vegetable oil or spray with non-stick cooking spray for best appearance. Additional basting is not necessary.
For more ideas on how to prepare, cook and carve your turkey breast see our How Tos
Keep frozen unopened: Store in freezer, should be used within 3 to 6 months of purchase date
Allow 2 days to thaw, keep refrigerated until ready to cook. Cook within 3 days after thawed.
Storage of Leftovers: Carve leftover turkey into pieces before refrigerating to speed cooling. Refrigerate carved leftovers within 2 hours of eating. Use leftovers within 3 days.
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