Probably the most popular cooking method next to roasting, a deep-fried turkey means tender, juicy meat that’s ready in a fraction of the time.
With results that are rich, tender and slightly sweet, smoking is one of the most delicious ways to cook a turkey. It's largely hands-off, too, so you can focus on your other dinner dishes while it cooks.
If you’re not ready to give up the char-grilled flavor of summer barbecue, try grilling your Thanksgiving turkey. Hello, grill marks!
Best for those hosting Thanksgiving for the first time, a slow-cooked turkey is so easy to make. Plus, you can use the drippings to make gravy!
Need turkey ASAP? Cooking turkey breast, legs and/or thighs in the Instant Pot can get your main dish on the table in an hour or less.
For those who don’t have the equipment to deep fry a turkey but still want that crispy skin, air frying is a great solution.