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Due to a number of factors out of my control, I had to order a cooked turkey from my natural food store.

They cook it without brining or seasonings. Any advice for how to warm it the day of and add flavor?

asked by boxer almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

Were you re-warming carved or whole. If carved you can make a gravy and warm it in that. Here's a make-ahead gravy recipe http://www.food52.com/recipes....
If you're re-warming it whole you can melt some butter and mix with white wine. Then baste the turkey as it's warming