Comments on: Turkey Breast in the Slow Cooker http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker Everyday Food for Busy People Thu, 31 Jul 2014 13:36:05 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.1 By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-227141 Mon, 30 Jun 2014 00:17:16 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-227141 Oh no! I’m sorry Janet, I am just now able to respond to your question…I would have to agree with Tiffany & would be concerned that the turkey was just on warm for so long. The only other thing I can think of is to have checked it with a meat thermometer.

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By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-227120 Sun, 29 Jun 2014 23:53:06 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-227120 Janet, I’m probably way too late in seeing this comment, but I think that turkey should be thrown out. Warm isn’t hot enough to cook it.

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By: Janet http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-226597 Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:40:04 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-226597 Help! My mother put the turkey breast in the crock pot and didn’t realize there were three settings. She had it on warm for seven and a half hours. Then cranked it up to high for about three and a half hours. She is worried that it is not safe to eat. Should the turkey breast be thrown out?

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By: KimM http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-73254 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 16:00:31 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-73254 Hi Nicole! It’s not a dumb question, and no the turkey will not be completely covered with liquid. Let me know how it turns out for you!

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By: Nicole http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-73251 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 15:54:40 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-73251 Dumb question but the Turkey doesn’t have to be covered completely with liquid right?

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By: Lanette http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-55601 Sun, 24 Nov 2013 22:17:23 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-55601 I have cooked all of my turkeys in the crockpot for at least 7 years now… it doesn’t really brown (but that’s just the skin anyway) but other than that… it frees up your oven… AND you can keep it on warm while everythng else gets done! : )

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By: Turkey Breast in the Slow Cooker | What2Cook http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-55078 Tue, 19 Nov 2013 16:02:54 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-55078 […] Recipe: Turkey Breast in the Slow Cooker […]

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By: Betty http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-54692 Wed, 13 Nov 2013 10:42:53 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-54692 No need to thaw. Frozen, rock hard, will cook perfectly in 8 – 9 hrs on low. I couldn’t believe it until I tried it. I cook a large breast, one that fits in a 6 quart crock pot. Put it on, go to work, come home and it’s ready to eat.

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By: Kim of Mo'Betta http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-54452 Sun, 10 Nov 2013 03:16:40 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-54452 Erica, when cooking with wine, it is usually recommended to use something you would drink…however, I would definitely use white (or you’ll have pink turkey!) and I think pretty much any white would be okay, even a sweet one like Moscato since you can sub the wine with apple juice (which I haven’t tried, but was recommended). White Zinfandel, Pinot or Riesling should all be safe bets too. Hope this helps!

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By: erica http://eatathomecooks.com/2013/01/turkey-breast-in-the-slow-cooker.html#comment-54144 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 04:50:24 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=8709#comment-54144 Would you recommend a certain wine? i usually drink sweet red or white, not sure how it would be for cooking a turkey?

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