Turkey has always been dry and rather uninviting. Plus, what temp did it have to reach to be cooked but still juicy? I finally found the right way when I tested this brined Instant Pot Turkey Breast Recipe.
Turkey breast runs an easy risk of coming out dry when you roast it, but pressure cooking your turkey ensures that your meat will come out flavorful and juicy every time!
Have you ever heard of your Thanksgiving turkey cooking in under 25 minutes?! With the help of your Instant Pot, your turkey will be cooked faster than ever.
Roasting a full turkey can be a pain, especially when you need to baste it every half an hour or so. Instead, have an entirely hands-off experience by choosing this exciting cooking method.
Sometimes you don’t need an entire turkey. This recipe is perfect for small family holidays or dinners. Need to feed 1-4 people? This Instant Pot Turkey Breast Recipe is the way to go!
Generally the rule of thumb when roasting turkey is to use an internal thermometer to ensure the turkey has reached 160 degrees Fahrenheit before removing it from the oven (it will increase to 165 degrees as it rests for a few minutes).