Traditionally, Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving, but other than that, most people don’t cook turkey often. Turkey is a lean meat, so it’s pretty healthy. I am using a bone-in turkey leg here, so this is going to be a pretty inexpensive meal.
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About This Dish
Carrots are such common vegetables, so many people overlook carrots. They may not be the star, but because of their brilliant colors, they can boost the overall presentation of many dishes. Besides, well cooked carrots are like candy canes, and they are delicious. A bone-in turkey leg sounds so humble and unimpressive. However, paring it with a variety of carrots and green beans, this dish will have a rustic, yet somehow elegant look as well. I recommend this dish for a casual meal or family-friend gathering.
- Please, use a kitchen mitten for this dish, not the kitchen towel. That will be safer!
- Use kitchen twine. When you tie herbs with kitchen twine, it will be easier to handle them.
- Need a clean toothbrush or brush for vegetables.