How to roast a turkey in slow cooker without the hassle of stuffing it

How to cook a turkey without stuffing it.

The process is a bit tricky, but it’s very easy to do in a slow cooker.

First, make sure your turkey is well cooked and tender.

That means it’s cooked through and cooked all the way through.

It’s not tender and not juicy.

Next, sear the turkey on all sides.

I find that this means you want to put the turkey through a skillet on medium heat for about 3-4 minutes.

This will keep the turkey from sticking to the sides of the slow cooker as you cook it, and make the turkey more tender and juicy.

Once you’re done with the sear, remove the turkey.

Then you’ll have your turkey in a big bowl, which is great for reheating as needed.

Once the turkey is fully cooked, put it on a baking sheet and let it cook in the oven for 30-40 minutes.

You can also turn it on the broiler for 10-15 minutes or the broil for 3-5 minutes.

This is where things get tricky.

I’ve found that this allows the turkey to become crispier as it cooks.

If you leave it in the broiled mode too long, the juices will run out and the juices that are left over will be dry.

The moisture in the juices may be too dry, and the turkey will dry out, which will affect the flavor of the turkey as well.

You can also use a pressure cooker, but I find it to be a little bit more work and time-consuming.

For this recipe, you’ll need to use a slow-cooker, a heavy-bottomed pot that has a lid, and a heavy pan with a heavy bottom.

I usually have my turkey on a small oven rack, so it’s a little more work than a pressure cook.

I’ll also say that if you’re not sure if you have a pressure-cooking method, you should probably find out by cooking the turkey yourself.

If you are using a heavy pot, make your turkey big enough to fit through the lid, so that the turkey isn’t spilling out.

Also, don’t let the turkey fall out.

If it’s covered with water, it’ll cause it to sink, which can be quite nasty.

Lastly, if you don’t have a heavy lid, make a large stockpot or slow cooker to cover the turkey, and place it on top of a slow pan or heavy pot.

This will help the turkey cook through as you’re cooking, but also keep it from burning.

I love using a slow cooker, because it helps the turkey get all the juices out of the chicken, which helps it get tender and flavorful.

This is my slow cooker recipe, which I used to roast the turkey in.

It was the easiest recipe to follow, because I had a really good slow cooker on hand.

If I was going to make it again, I would have a big slow cooker in the kitchen, which would allow me to cook the turkey the whole time.