An easy roast turkey breast recipe for stress-free meals—from Thanksgiving to make-ahead dinners to healthy lunches.
This easy roast turkey breast recipe is perfect for dinners, lunch meat, or salads. It's so simple to put together it practically cooks itself.
You can roast it for a small Thanksgiving gathering. Or if you're feeding a big crowd, use it for extra servings of turkey breast alongside your whole turkey.
And you can roast the turkey on the weekend to have it for quick meals during the week. I often roast a chicken on the weekend to last for a few meals. Roasted turkey is a nice change. I kept this recipe simple—roasting the turkey with just duck fat, salt, and pepper—so I could use it with different sauces.
The secret to this turkey recipe is roasting the turkey breast with the skin and bones. This helps keep the meat moist. You can add your favorite herbs if you like. Or season each piece with a different spice mix. However you make it, this simple roast turkey breast is an easy make-ahead meal.
You can even use this easy roast turkey breast for a holiday gathering. Don't feel like roasting a whole turkey for Thanksgiving? Want to serve roast turkey and standing rib roast for Christmas? Try this simple roast turkey breast recipe with all the holiday sides and desserts!
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An easy roast turkey breast recipe for stress-free meals—from holidays to make-ahead dinners to healthy lunches.
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Place turkey breast on rimmed baking sheet, skin side up, and rub all over with duck fat.
- Place in oven and reduce heat to 375 degrees. Roast until internal temperature reaches 165 degrees, about 1 to 1-1/2 hours.
- Cover with foil and rest for 15 minutes before slicing.