LARGE Roasting Bags  x 3  for £1 - 45cm x 55cm Poundland Suitable for Large Turkeys.
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LARGE Roasting Bags x 3 for £1 - 45cm x 55cm Poundland Suitable for Large Turkeys.

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Found 9th Dec 2014
Large Roasting Bags x 3 for £1 - 45cm x 55cm. Poundland Suitable for Large Turkeys. Usually only get two large bags in a packet from Sainsbury's or Baco.

Had mixed results using foil, and covering the turkey with bacon, goose fat, and bouquet garnet and basting it. Instead last year used a large roasting bag for the first time. Result was a moist, succulent turkey after cooking it for the appropriate time. For an outlay of a pound for three large cooking bags the results was worth it!

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I slow roast beef joints in these as well. Melt in the mouth. Thank you

Hot as that's what I'm going to do this year (paid £1.99 for 2 from Morrisons) . Using for a Turkey crown ,loads of butter and herbs under the skin (just push your fingers in between skin and meat to make room for the butter/herbs mixture)- put in some onions shallots , celery etc and seal . Remember pull bag open for last 20 mins to brown .
Edited by: "rogparki" 9th Dec 2014

reserved whilst I think of a witty comment about roasting a large bag

I once managed to shove a Mr Bean sized turkey into one of these and cooked in the oven (I had to remove all but one shelf) to get it in. Considering it was so big it cooked beautifully, it was so moist. Brilliant invention. If you like tender meat you have to try these.

Great price

Can get 2 for 59p in home bargains

I can't think of a great comment to insert here but heat for the deal

From far it looked like a PSN + network card....

Would the bag be big enough for a festive "Flamedeer"

rogparki

Hot as that's what I'm going to do this year (paid £1.99 for 2 from … Hot as that's what I'm going to do this year (paid £1.99 for 2 from Morrisons) . Using for a Turkey crown ,loads of butter and herbs under the skin (just push your fingers in between skin and meat to make room for the butter/herbs mixture)- put in some onions shallots , celery etc and seal . Remember pull bag open for last 20 mins to brown .



Would 20 minutes be enough time to brown a large turkey in one of these bags? Thank you.

Sophiasky

Would 20 minutes be enough time to brown a large turkey in one of these … Would 20 minutes be enough time to brown a large turkey in one of these bags? Thank you.


Should be ,Turkey already virtually cooked by then , lovely and moist , but doesn't look the business without the golden breast . Just check it looks nice and golden (a few minutes either way wont hurt ) and the juices run clear from between leg and breast .. Then remove from oven , cover with foil and rest for a further 20 miniutes before carving .

rogparki

Should be ,Turkey already virtually cooked by then , lovely and moist , … Should be ,Turkey already virtually cooked by then , lovely and moist , but doesn't look the business without the golden breast . Just check it looks nice and golden (a few minutes either way wont hurt ) and the juices run clear from between leg and breast .. Then remove from oven , cover with foil and rest for a further 20 miniutes before carving .



Thank you. I've never tried one of these bags to cook the turkey in, but think that I will try one out this year.

Sophiasky

Thank you. I've never tried one of these bags to cook the turkey in, but … Thank you. I've never tried one of these bags to cook the turkey in, but think that I will try one out this year.


Nor have I , trying to make it a bit juicer this year . I 'll put it on a trivet (inside the bag) just to keep it from actually sitting in the juices as it cooks .
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