Good Morning and Happy Thanksgiving! I'm in a pre-pickle right now. I am cooking for 2 and decided to go with a 6.6 lb. TURKEY BREAST. The Recipe that I am using is for a whole turkey(12-14 lb) and recommends pouring 1 cup of water or broth into roaster with breast side down, uncovered. However, the directions on the TURKEY BREAST recommends that I cover the breast and whole pan with aluminum foil and at the final 30 minutes of cooking remove the foil. Which directions should I follow cookbook or turkey instructions? Or would it be best if I combine the two and keep the breast on a rack breast side down with the water/broth and cover it until the last half hour? HELP!!!!! Thank you once again!
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