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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    I was thinking of you, like me cooking for myself. I bought these for making single servings.It's like the size of a Stouffers lasagne.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    I was trying to get away from the microwave. lol



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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    Where do you find precooked turkey? Seeing how I need to cook one or two each week, it sure would help especially doing the holidays. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    Carolyn, it was given to me so I don't know where they got it. A few years ago I purchased a boneless turkey breast to cook but you could see the texture of the breast meat in it. This one I don't see that. It almost looks pressed to me. Kind of like what you get at the deli counter for sandwich meat.

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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    Thanks Carlie, I found a few on line. Expensive, seeing how they are for our dog I guess I will continue to cook them. The pressed ones may have additives he should not eat. Salmon and turkey are the only two things he can eat. I really dislike the smell of salmon so I only cook it every other week. Denver knows what I am doing and often will set next to the oven waiting for it to be done.

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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    There ate recipes for crockpot turkey breasts. I did one once and it comes out really moist. Set it and forget it. I had an aunt with a Yorkie that almost had no teeth and she always bought rotisserie chicken for her.



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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    I have used the countertop fryer several times if I am cooking just the breast, only takes about an hour and a half for the 3lb size. Trouble is that is only a couple of meals for Denver, but it helps until I can get a whole one cooked.

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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    .... I bought these for making single servings.It's like the size of a Stouffers lasagne. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    Thanks for the link! I need to get some ... adding - free shipping is a bonus!
    Last edited by Judy, USMC; December 14th, 2018 at 07:51 PM.

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    Default Re: Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breasts???

    Quote Originally Posted by Judy, USMC View Post
    Thanks for the link! I need to get some ... adding - free shipping is a bonus!
    I'm happy you checked it out! 1lb sounds like a lot but it's really only 16 ounces. A pound of mac and cheese is not the same as a fluffy bowl of spaghetti. I actually bought them to make enchiladas.



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