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25 Turkey Recipes - from Classic to Exotic, New Ways to Pimp Up Your Bird

Whether you’re looking for a proper turkey cooking time or for something new to do with the Big Bird this Thanksgiving, here are some delicious ideas for stuffed and unstuffed turkey with sticky, spicy rubs and glazes, turkey brine ideas and new cooking techniques (grilled! butterflied!) that go beyond the usual roasted, stuffed Thanksgiving turkey with sage and thyme. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that!)

When you consider the possibilities of a roast chicken, there really are a lot of interesting ways to cook a turkey. Here are a few new ideas, some twists on the classic – some more exotic.

Plum-Glazed Roast Turkey with Spinach, Bacon, and Cashew Stuffing and Plum Gravy

Bobby Flay’s Grilled Turkey with Pomegranate-Black Pepper Glaze

Tyler Florence’s Citrus-Marinated Grilled Turkey

Butterflied Turkey with Apple-Cranberry Glaze

The Neely’s Deep-fried Turkey

Roast Turkey with Pomegranate Gravy

Roast Turkey with Prosciutto-Hazelnut Crust

Emeril Lagasse’s Cajun-Injected Spicy Turkey

Whole Roasted Turkey with Citrus Rosemary Salt

Apple Brined and Hickory-Smoked Turkey

Mole-Roasted Turkey with Masa Stuffing and Chile Gravy

Butterflied Turkey with Fennel, Sausage, and Ricotta Stuffing

Miso-Rubbed Turkey with Gravy

Malt-Beer-Brined Turkey with Malt Glaze

Bacon-Wrapped Turkey with Pear Cider Gravy

Jive Turkey Deep-fried Turkey

Grilled Turkey with Toasted Fennel and Coriander and Fresh Thyme Gravy

Nigella Lawson’s Spiced and Super-Juicy Roast Turkey

Tyler Florence’s Fig-Glazed Roast Turkey with Cornbread Stuffing

The Orginal Roasted Anchoite Jerk Turkey

Spice-rubbed Roast Turkey

Truffle-Scented Roast Turkey with Shallots and Chestnuts

Caribbean Jerk Turkey

Herb Roasted Turkey Under a Bacon Blanket

Roast Turkey with Brown Sugar and Mustard Glaze

Happy Thanksgiving!

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