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Turkey Roast


3 lb turkey roast

3 large garlic cloves,

cut into matchsticks

3 large rosemary

sprigs, leaves

removed and minced

2 tbsp extra virgin

olive oil

1 1/4 tsp salt

Ground black pepper, to taste



It is written that King Achashverus reigned from

“Hodu to Kush.” In Hebrew, the word hodu means both

“India” and “turkey.” So some people eat turkey on

Purim. Try this delicious turkey roast to add to your

Purim seudah.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium roasting pan or Dutch oven,

place turkey roast and make 10-15 inserts

with a paring knife. Stick garlic slice into each one until you run out of

garlic. Rub roast with oil, then sprinkle with salt and pepper all around.

Taking small handfuls of rosemary pat it onto the roast, then sprinkle

some. The goal is to coat the roast in herbs. Bake covered for 60

minutes and uncovered for 30 minutes Remove from the oven, cover and

let rest for 10 minutes before slicing