I’m trying to bargain hunt at the moment so I bought these turkey breasts for £2.50 instead of chicken. Some people complain that turkey is dry but I disagree, if it’s cooked well it will taste great.
Pop the oven on at 190ºc (fan).
Halve some new potatoes and par boil then pop them in a roasting tin with a chopped red and a chopped yellow pepper, a couple of small red onions quartered and a couple of thyme sprigs. Toss in olive oil and season.
Stick it in the oven.
Meanwhile, mix garlic, thyme leaves and honey together and pop the turkey in, give it a good rub to coat it well.
Take the roasting tin out of the oven after about 20-25 minutes and throw in a glass of white wine and a little chicken stock.
Roast for another 20-30 minutes until the turkey is cooked through.
It’s an Annabel Karmel recipe which was in the May edition of BBC Good Food and can be found here.
Using BABY NEW POTATOES, RED PEPPER, YELLOW PEPPER, RED ONION, THYME, HONEY, GARLIC, TURKEY BREAST, WHITE WINE and CHICKEN STOCK…
This was dinner…27th June 2014.