#Giveaway – Slow Cooker Turkey Breast with Orange, Rosemary & Fennel

Published On 16 February, 2015 | Dinner, Giveaway, KOL Foods, Kosher

A large turkey will serve a crowd and it’s perfect for a make-ahead, slow cooker dinner.  For years, we have exclusively chosen turkey for Thanksgiving, or perhaps a large Passover gathering, but now, we’re serving it more and more. A few years ago I shared a recipe for turkey breast stuffed with apricots and quinoa which was wildly popular so I am hoping you’ll enjoy this dish too.

There are a lot of flavors in this dish.  Red onions, fennel, orange and rosemary are among the most prominent, and I can forgive you for thinking that the flavor may become overpowering, but that’s not the case at all.  The turkey, when cooked perfectly, is moist and full of flavor.  By slow cooking this in plenty of liquid, you also have the base for a gravy that compliments the turkey very well.

It’s an honor to partner with KOL Foods to bring you both this recipe, but one of two $150 prizes too.  The second prize comes from KosherWine.com, who take the stress out of buying kosher wine online.  KosherWine.com has the largest retail selection of kosher wine in the US and will ship full cases of wine to your door with free shipping!  (Full disclosure: KOL Foods did send me the ingredients for this recipe, and I do work for KosherWine.com)

You have to be careful not to overcook turkey breast as it can dry out quickly, but this netted turkey breast fits perfectly in my slow cooker surrounded with flavorful ingredients and stock.

You need to be mindful not to let the internal temperature exceed 165 degrees or the meat will dry out, even with this much stock, so if your schedule allows, start checking the internal temp with a meat thermometer after four hours.   I cooked my netted turkey overnight and it was a little on the dry side but making a quick paleo gravy with the stock from the slow cooker and a little arrowroot powder made this a delicious dish.

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Slow Cooker Turkey Breast with Orange, Fennel and Rosemary

Ingredients to serve eight to ten people

  • 1 6lb netted turkey breast from KOL Foods
  • 1 red onion
  • 1 medium bulb of fennel
  • 3 oranges
  • 3 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • 4 cups stock


Sautée the red onion and fennel in the bottom of your slow cooker, or if your slow cooker doesn’t have a sautée setting, use a skillet and transfer the onion and fennel into the bottom of your slow cooker.

Add the better turkey to the slow cooker.

Cut the oranges in half, add the zest to the slow cooker then add the oranges.

Add the rest of the ingredients to the slow cooker and cook on low until the internal temperature of the poultry reaches 165 degrees. Serve with Covenant Red C Sauvignon Blanc or Shiloh Chardonnay

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