8 Delicious and Juicy Turkey Roast Recipes

Kosher.com Staff November 21, 2022

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The most common concern when making turkey is overcooking it and drying it out. In all honesty, we don’t blame you! There are so many methods and tricks out there that claim to be the best, it’s hard to know which one to actually go with.


That’s why we’ve chosen our 8 most popular turkey recipes for you to choose from. Each one is unique in its own way, is cooked with amazing flavors, and comes out succulent and mouthwatering.


  1. Savory Pickled Dark Turkey Roast by Rivky Kleiman
    Fact… my family’s preference is always beef. Fact… there were no leftovers. Need I say more?

  2. Turkey Breast with Caramelized Topping by Rivky Kleiman
    If you’re looking for an alternative to beef, lighten up with this succulent veal, or turkey. Sure to please even the most discerning beef connoisseur.

  3. Juicy and Flavorful Turkey Breast by Brynie Greisman
    I wanted an original flavor profile, different from the typical garlic/mustard one associated with a turkey roast. I had just made my own plum jam (sweetened just with natural apple juice concentrate) after finding the most succulent plums in the shuk, and wanted to incorporate it into this recipe. I love the way the veggies crown each slice of turkey, and the jam, wine, and lemon complement the veggies to perfection. Marinating it overnight results in the juiciest, softest turkey ever. 

  4. Festive Turkey Roast by Rivky Kleiman
    For a great no-fail sweet-and-sour recipe, I guarantee you will turn to this festive roast. The recipe works well with chicken and chicken breast, too.

  5. Apricot-Ginger Glazed Turkey Roast by Brynie Greisman
    Eating lean protein like turkey helps you meet your protein needs without excess calories due to fat. That’s why I opted for a turkey breast here. Cooking it in the slow cooker resulted in a super-soft, super-moist roast. The garlic, ginger, and apricot enhance the flavor, and the carrots add beautiful, complementing color and taste. This can be made in advance and frozen.

  6. Marinated Turkey Roast with Mediterranean Salsa by Brynie Greisman
    This turkey roast has a light, herb-infused marinade that gives you a super-moist, flavorful result. The salsa complements it beautifully and adds a gorgeous pop of color.

  7. Fruity Chestnut Turkey Breast by Brynie Greisman
    Seasoning the turkey with original ingredients and condiments which complement the pomegranate juice takes it to a whole new level. More sweet than savory, apropos for this time of year, this dish will greatly enhance your Yom Tov seudah.

  8. Garlic Roasted Turkey Breast by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
    Roasted garlic is easy to make and gives off a whole extra level of flavor. Once the garlic is roasted, I mixed it with chopped herbs to make an incredible rub for the turkey. Pair the turkey breast with Herzog Lineage Sauvignon Blanc.