Natural Turkey Breast, Bone-In
All-natural, bone-in turkey breast from turkeys never administered antibiotics or hormones and grown out slowly. The vegetarian and gluten-free feed consists of locally-grown corn and roasted soybeans which are ground on the farm and enhanced with vitamins and minerals. The White Broad-breasted breed turkeys are raised on a small Amish and Mennonite farms in Pennsylvania. The result is a delightfully tender, moist turkey with superb taste. Turkey breast offers a simple solution for smaller gatherings or those white-meat-only tastes.
*Servings based on 1 pound per person.
Organic Bone-In Turkey Breast
Just the facts
- White Broad-breasted hybrid breed
- 100% natural
- All-vegetarian gluten-free grain diet of corn, soy beans
- No antibiotics, no growth hormones from birth
- Includes the ribs and a portion of the wing meat, as well as the back and neck skin
- Ships in an uncooked state
- Product of USA
Cooking & Serving
Cooking Methods: Roast, Pan-Roast, Poach, Sous Vide, Barbecue, Smoke
Cooking Tips: Turkey breast super versatile and makes it easy to enjoy this holiday favorite year-round. A turkey breast in addition to your whole holiday bird is a great way to have extra white meat, if that's what your family prefers. The advantage to roasting a turkey breast is it's easier to maintain moist and juicy white meat, as you don't have to wait for the legs to be cooked through as you would with a whole bird. Not just for special occasions, whole turkey breasts are also delicious barbecued or smoked, or poached and shredded then added to soups, salads, or sandwiches.
For basic cooking instructions, Download our Turkey Cooking Guide.
Fresh organic turkey breast is available seasonally for pre-order during the holidays in November and December. Frozen organic turkey breast may be available during other times of the year.
Ordering your Thanksgiving turkey: We highly recommend you plan ahead and pre-order your holiday bird as early as possible, as we often sell out.
Cooking your D'Artagnan turkey: Keep in mind that depending on several factors, including: size of bird, oven calibration, type of cookware used, recipe variations, and method of cooking, time and temperature will vary. We recommend use of a meat thermometer, instant-read or digital, when gauging doneness.
What size do you need? If you prefer to have no leftovers, we recommend that you estimate 1-1.25 pounds per person to determine the size of turkey breast you will need. (For example, 8-10 pounds will yield 6-8 servings). Or, if leftovers are why you cook a turkey in the first place, then plan on at least 1.5 pounds per person.