How to Find Roast Turkey Recipes


This will help you find recipes for roast turkey on the Internet.

  • Log on to the Internet and get on a search engine. This can be Google or Yahoo, just to name a couple.

  • Type in "Roasted Turkey" into the search engine and hit enter. This will probably yield dozens, if not hundreds of websites or pages with turkey recipes.

  • Locate specific websites for the recipes. Foodnetwork is just one of many websites that are dedicated to food and recipes and they have their own search engine that you can use once on their website.

  • If you get too many search results, narrow your search by adding keywords such as "garlic" or "herb roasted" or any other type of recipe that is more specific to what you're looking for.

  • Once you find the recipe you want, print it out or copy the recipe down by hand for future reference. Many websites offer online "recipe boxes" that will allow you to save your recipes on that specific website. You can retrieve the recipes by logging on to the website each time and clicking on recipes.

Tips & Warnings

  • Be more specific in your search if you get too many results.
  • Save your recipes online for future use.
  • Try going to exclusive food/recipe websites.

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