A year ago, the first time I made a turkey dinner was to celebrate my wedding anniversary.
My husband, Chris, and I had made our first family dinner, and as we watched the sunset, we were stunned to see that we were the only ones left.
In hindsight, the fact that we only had four guests left in the house was a pretty big loss.
So, I did my best to prepare a Thanksgiving meal that could be enjoyed by all, and it ended up being pretty delicious.
There are many ways to make a Thanksgiving dinner, but this recipe for Thanksgiving Turkey Fryer is my favorite because it is simple and the ingredients are easy to prepare.
It can be eaten warm or cold.
It’s the perfect breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a weekend treat.
I am a big fan of turkey dinners because they are a great meal for everyone, but I have found that when you make a turkey breakfast, you can make it a night out with friends.
This is a turkey fryers best friend!
Ingredients 2 cups turkey, skin removed and skin-on (about 2 1/2 pounds)