Slow roast a turkey by seasoning it ahead of time and cooking it at 170 degrees Fahrenheit for an hour for each pound of the bird. You can also cook it at 250 degrees for 20 minutes per pound. More »

Cook a turkey in a covered roasting pan by using a small amount of stock or water and a snug lid. Remove the turkey from the oven once a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of meat reads 165 degrees Fahrenhe... More »

One method for cooking turkey in a convection oven is to season it as usual, but roast it for a short duration of time. When cooking with a convection oven, there is no need to baste the meat or use a deep roasting pan. More »

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Cook a pot roast in the oven for one hour per pound of meat at 275 degrees Fahrenheit. A 3-pound roast cooks for three hours, while a 6-pound roast cooks for six hours. More »

To slow roast a turkey, roast the seasoned turkey at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for up to one hour, then continue to roast at 175 degrees until the internal temperature reaches 170 degrees. The initial high temperature seals... More »

A good roast turkey recipe is as simple as rubbing the turkey with butter, dusting it with herbs and spices, and roasting it in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes per pound. The turkey should reach 165 degr... More »

To roast a whole chicken, season the chicken with butter, herbs, spices, salt and pepper, and roast it in an oven preheated to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes per pound of chicken plus an additional 15 minutes, or ... More »