Thanksgiving is a mere 2 1/2 weeks away and that could only mean one thing, its Turkey Time! Wonderfully juicy, perfectly roasted turkey. For many people this means a big 10 or even 20 pound bird. However for those that are having a smaller gathering. Or for those, like me, who really prefer the dark meat, these roasted turkey thighs are the perfect option. The meat is succulent and flavorful, everything I look for in my Thanksgiving turkey.
I have a small confession to make. I will not be making Thanksgiving dinner this year. The size of my apartment and the distance from family just doesn’t allow for it. But I for one love all of the comforts that go along with Thanksgiving food so I have been making various recipes for the past month. These roasted turkey thighs were my first experiment. I found them at my local grocery store near the ground turkey and turkey cutlets. Once I got them home I simply brushed them with melted butter, rubbed them with a few seasonings and popped them in the oven. Soon after I was salivating at the wonderful smell of roasted turkey. Before I knew it I sat down to a lovely Thanksgiving dinner. The fact that it was right smack dab in the middle of October is a minor detail.
Be sure to check back over the next couple of weeks as I share more comforting Thanksgiving recipes. Enjoy!
A delectable holiday cookie with cranberries, dark chocolate chips and oatmeal.
Rich, creamy, fettuccine alfredo with a hint of roasted garlic.
Cheesy jalapeno goodness in a flaky crescent roll.
A decadent pumpkin bundt cake studded with chocolate chips and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Sauteed mushrooms atop a garlicky crusty bread. A simple, rustic appetizer.
Remembering my grandma with her favorite dish garlicky, shrimp and clam linguine.
My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
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