Roasted Turkey Breast with Madeira Sauce

Instead of cooking a whole turkey, a turkey breast is a timesaving substitute for a holiday dinner or other special gathering. And roasting the breast on its own will ensure moist, tender meat. This recipe is perfect if you are preparing dinner for a group of 8. It's also a great addition to the meal when you are cooking for a crowd and are concerned that a whole turkey won't provide enough meat for everyone.
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KeriBear
Denver, CO
November 26, 2010
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Wonderful gravy!
November 26, 2010
There were only 3 adults and 3 young kids at our Thanksgiving this year, so we decided to do a breast instead of a whole turkey. This recipe was wonderful. I didn't use the herbs it calls for and I used white wine instead of madeira because it's what I had on hand.
Everything turned out great, would definitely recommend for a smaller holiday crowd!
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SFMOMsRdaBest
San Francisco, CA
Posted October 26, 2011
Bourbon gravy
My kids love this wonderful sauce.
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kvankala
New York, NY
November 9, 2010
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Moist ,Juicy,Easy!
November 9, 2010
Last year there were only a few of us for Thanksgiving and I didn't want to make a big turkey so I opted for a turkey breast. This receipe was so easy and the meat was so moist and flavorful that I have served it at a large dinner party. And I will absolutely will repeat for this Tgiving!