I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review and custom content purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.Are you staying in lately due to COVID-19? I am so excited to be partnering with Denby USA as part of their "Elevate Staying In" campaign. It is all about creating delicious and swoon-worthy recipes at home for your entire family. You've got to try our EASY one-dish recipe!! We love the Denby USA square oven dish because you can literally dump in the ingredients, place it in the oven and voilà - you'll have yourself a family pleasing meal in just a few hours!!
HOW TO MAKE ONE-DISH HERBED TURKEY BREAST WITH PROVENCAL POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, AND BROWN BUTTER
- 2lb turkey breast thawed
- 5 medium yellow potatoes
- 1 white onion
- 1lb green beans
- Herbes de Provence
- Fresh Rosemary
- Kosher Salt
- Fresh Black Pepper
- Lemon Juice
- 2 fresh lemons
- Olive Oil
- Fresh horseradish (if desired)
- Meat Thermometer
- Butchers twine
- Heavy aluminum foil
- Denby square oven dish
To make this One-Dish Herbed Turkey Breast with Provencal Potatoes, Green Beans, and Brown Butter, grab your dish (we love our Denby USA square oven dish). Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees.
1. PREPARE THE POTATOES
Rinse the potatoes thoroughly and pat dry. Slice thinly with a mandolin slicer so that they’re all roughly uniform. Roll with paper towels a few times to remove excess moisture. In a large bowel, add 4 TBL good olive oil, sea salt, black pepper, and 5 TBL Herb de Provence. Stir thoroughly and set aside.
2. PREPARE THE TURKEY
Pat the turkey dry and coat generously with lemon juice, sea salt, and black pepper. Tie a small loop knot in one end of your butcher’s twine (around 1”) and lay the turkey on top of it. Taking the other end in hand, loosely form a serious of loops around the breast, leaving enough room to work the rosemary under in a moment. Don’t worry about how it looks - you’re just trying to make sure the rosemary doesn’t fall out during cooking. When the rosemary is secure under the twine, tie off the other end and set aside.
3. PREPARING THE TURKEY AND POTATOES
Place the turkey breast in the middle of your DENBY oven dish, and layer the potatoes around it. Cover with foil, insert meat thermometer, and bake at 425F until the thickest part of the breast reads 145F. NOTE- THE TURKEY WILL COOK UNTIL 165F. DO NOT EAT UNDERCOOKED TURKEY.
4. MAKING THE BROWN BUTTER
Take a large piece of aluminum foil and place your fist in the middle. Draw the foil up around your hand to form a bowl. Make sure to seal the sides well. Into the foil, place 1 cup butter, 3 sprigs fresh rosemary, and 1 TBL sea salt. Place in over next to the cooking turkey dish. The butter will cook until all water renders off it and you're left with a rich, nutty aroma with a few small golden bubbles on top. When browned, remove the butter from the over, strain through a cheese cloth into a heat safe dish and set aside.
5) ADDING GREEN BEANS AND FINAL STEPS
When turkey reaches 145F, remove the foil, pull potatoes back to one side of the pan, and add green beans. Season the beans with salt and pepper. Remove the twine and rosemary from the turkey, and brush with brown butter. Return to the oven and brush with brown butter every 5 degrees. This will let the top layer of the turkey crisp and develop flavor.
In a large plate, place a portion of potato in the center, Thinly carve the turkey and lay 3 pieces on the potato, and green beans atop that. Drizzle with brown butter. Finally, zest a quarter lemon over the top, and garnish with a thin slice of lemon and fresh horseradish. Serve hot and enjoy.
This easy one-dish meal was certainly a family favorite!! I love how fancy you can make it by taking a few extra minutes to present it well.
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I hope you enjoy this recipe and that you will "Elevate Staying In!" If you try my One-Dish Herbed Turkey Breast with Provencal Potatoes, Green Beans, and Brown Butter recipe, be sure to tag me at @maisondemings.
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