Christmas Turkey Recipes: Try These 5 Flavorful Ways To Cook A Bird

Christmas is creeping up quickly and perhaps you aren't a fan of ham for dinner, so like Thanksgiving, turkey is a suitable option.

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If you're worried your guests won't want turkey again during the holiday season, don't fret--the following recipes we rounded up are full of even more flavor than the batch we gathered for Thanksgiving.

These turkeys are glazed, roasted, stuffed and bursting with juicy flavors!

Spiced and Super-Juicy Roast Turkey
Food Network's Nigella Lawson keeps things quite simple with this palatable recipe. The marriage of sweet ingredients like maple syrup paired with more savory ingredients like black peppercorns makes for quite the spiced and juicy turkey.

Maple-Syrup-Glazed Roast Turkey with Riesling Gravy
Martha Stewart amps up the typical maple-y goodness by adding white wine gravy to the mix. This roast turkey will be one never forgotten!

Turkey Roulade with Swiss Chard
The Food Network Kitchen staff is elevating the way turkeys can be cooked. In this case, stuffing the turkey breasts with a delectable chard filling.

Kale-and-Sausage-Stuffed Turkey Breast
Are you a fan of kale, but don't know how to turn everyone else onto the leafy vegetable? Well, this turkey recipe will easily help you! Martha Stewart smartly mixes kale with hot Italian sausage, definitely making it seem like kale is not just a leafy green that should be consumed. The hearty flavor acquired will have guests begging for seconds.

Bacon Roasted Turkey
Martha Stewart definitely knows bacon and turkey are complimentary, so this recipe is an absolute must at your dinner table. The smokiness of the bacon will only add to the tenderness of the bird.

May your Christmas be as spirited as these turkey recipes!

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