I'm ashamed to admit this, but I don't own a crockpot. It's just one of those kitchen items I haven't bought for myself yet, but I'm going to remedy that this winter. I'm starting to realize that many of the recipes that have intrigued me lately start with the phrase, "Put the ingredients in a crockpot..."
This comes from the Cooking For 2 blog, and it's a recipe for Crockpot Thanksgiving Turkey. You've had it roasted from the oven, you've had it in sandwich form, and you may have even had it deep-fried, so try it crockpotted (?).The ingredients include turkey gravy, sage, Worcester sauce, garlic, pepper, and bacon. Mmmm...bacon.
Crockpot Thanksgiving Turkey
5 slices of bacon
1 three to five lb. boneless turkey breast
1 T pepper
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1 T Worcester sauce
1 tsp. dried sage
1 (10.5 oz.) jar of turkey gravy
Cook bacon. Drain and crumble. I use a skillet, but you may also bake the bacon or nuke it in the microwave.
Apply cooking spray to crockpot. Place turkey inside and season with pepper. Top with bacon bits.
In a medium bowl, combine the garlic, Worcester sauce, sage and gravy. Pour over the bird. Cover and cook on Low for 8 hours, turning once halfway through.