Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Crockpot Turkey for Two.
turkey Breast; (boneless) 1 and 1/2 pounds
1 pk Dry gravy mix.Mushroom/Chicken
1 c Dry White Wine
1 onion; (Cut into four slices)
2 sm potatoes
2 sm Turnips
Cut off any fat, season with pepper and brown whole piece of turkey in skillet sprayed with pam. Also add onion and brown. Make sure that turkey is browned on all sides and ends. Turn with spoons, so the breast is not pricked with a fork. Spray crock pot with pam and put carrots on the bottom, next add potatoes, turnips and onions. (I like turnips and hubby likes potatoes, so I do both)
Place turkey on top of vegetables. Mix gravy with the wine and a 1/4 to 1/2 cup of water. Pour on top of the turkey and vegetables.
Cover and cook on high for a couple of hours and then turn to low for three hours. You could put it on longer on the low setting. Just depends what your schedule is.
check every so often to make sure turkey is moist. Thicken gravy if necessary.
To Serve: Slice turkey and put gravy on top and serve with the veggies.
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