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With the holidays coming up, I thought I would tell you a simple way to cook a turkey breast in the crock-pot. This is a great time of year to pick up turkey breasts for a great price and here is a quick and easy way to cook them.
Turkey Breast in the Crock-Pot
Turkey breast 1 stick of butter/margarine
2 tsp. rosemary 2 tsp. sage
olive oil 2 cans chicken broth
1 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1 tsp. pepper
1 onion (yellow or white)
First, remove the neck, gizzards, and gravy packet from the turkey, if included. Rinse your turkey breast inside and out. Pat dry. Rub olive oil all over the turkey breast. Turn on your crock-pot to high. Spray the inside of the crock-pot with cooking spray and then put the breast inside the crock pot with the breast side down.
Place it breast side down.
Pour in the cans of chicken broth. Sprinkle the breast with all your spices. Place the stick of butter in the cavity and then peel off a few layers of onions and place on and in the breast.
Seasoned and ready to cook.
Cover and cook on high for 4-6 hours. Remove, slice and enjoy!