Turkey baking with Rosemary for Christmas

Turkey baking with Rosemary

The Turkey is one of those feasts Christmas that not is can leave of eat in this 2016-2017, This time, We bring a Turkey that will captivate the palate of any diner and best of all is that you impresionaras all. This dish, not have an origin fixed but actually is thinks that is of England. By what we bring to this recipe so you delights from its preparation.
Portion: Up to 10 people.
Ingredients:
1 whole Turkey.
3 chopped garlic.
2 bunches of Rosemary.
2 bunches of Basil.
2 tablespoons of herbs of smell.
Salt to taste.
Pepper to taste.
A quarter of Cup of flour.
A cup of oil of olive.

 
Preparation:
This dish Christmas should be prepared in a period maximum of 4 to 6 hours, This depending on the size of the Turkey. We will start by mixing olive oil with herbs that are Rosemary, Basil, odor herbs, pepper and salt, so in this way they can liquefy and create a fascinating aroma.


It is known, that our Turkey must be completely clean both by inside as by outside and of this form, You can start with the next phase. Once we wash and dry our Turkey, the new substance we have created, frotara on our Turkey, This can be just 2 of our fingers and give you a small massage.

 
This mixture should be placed in the main parts of our Turkey, such as the breast and legs of Turkey, Since are that more was eat and also the more simple of add this mix. Once our Turkey is bathed in this, It mixes remaining is bathe in our Turkey to then put it in the oven.

Once you get to this step, We can add some vegetables to make it look better and be a lot better. Our Christmas Turkey, should put it in the oven by a lapse of 6 to 8 hours at a temperature of 180 degrees.



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