13 Thanksgiving Tips & Tricks You'll Be Thankful For
Maybe you're looking for some tips to make cooking the Thanksgiving meal the least stressful part of the gathering. Well, have no fearand try out some of these helpful hints. You'll thank us later.
1. Cook the turkey overnight
No one wants to wake up super early to throw the bird in the oven. Slow cook it in the oven overnight to save time and space. Plus, the meat will marinate for longer, giving you more tender, juicy meat.
2. Use aluminum foil as a roasting rack
If you don't have a store-bought wire rack, crumple sheets of foil into thick ropes and wrap them in coils in the bottom of your pan.
3. Prosciutto-Wrapped Turkey Roulade
Not in the mood to tackle a whole turkey? Take 15 minutes to stuff the butterflied breast with veggies, wrap it in prosciutto, throw it in the oven, and you have an elegant main dish.
4. Bake stuffing in muffin tins
Instead of making one big pan of stuffing, bake it in muffin tins to make single servings that maximize crispy service area.
5. Easy Peanut Butter and Chocolate Eclair Dessert
Only seven ingredients make this easy pan eclair of creamy, crunchy layers of peanut butter, graham crackers, and rich chocolate.