I would call them to ask how long. This is normally fine if it is not in that range for more than a couple of hours. The product is fine for a lazy turkey dinner but the juices are not as flavourful and the stuffing is wanting. There are lots of slow cooker stuffing recipes on line. It is meant to be cooked from frozen. Also, there was only going to be four for dinner. I was worried, but saw you post saying it would be OK to cook. DO NOT stuff. Butterball has a turkey hot line. Do not stuff. As long as you thawed it safely (kept temp 40 degrees or below in fridge or in cold water), then the bird is still safe to eat. I wonder if it would be in that range for an extended period being cooked from frozen. I doubt if I would ever pay that again and if I ever do buy another one, will only do so if they are on sale. As long as you thawed it safely (kept temp 40 degrees or below in fridge or in cold water), then the bird is still safe to eat. The other thing is, that as of September 2020 the price has skyrocketed. Is it dangerous to use scratched pans that used to have the teflon coating but dont it's been scratched off with use and by a wire sponge? What the heck is that? Place frozen turkey, breast side up, on a rack in a shallow (3" deep) roasting pan. If the stuffing is against the skin, it over browns the skin. I made my own gravy as the stuff that oozed out of it while cooking was not appealing at all. The dressing is good but not as spicy as I like it. You just take this product out of the box, remove the plastic covering, rub it with oil (I used olive oil) and put it in the oven for four hours. It is definitely easier to carve than a regular turkey. But should I reduce the cooking time? First post. Was searching for how they actually manufacture this product but I guess no one wants to see how the ” sausage ” is made. Although it would eventually get to a temperature high enough to kill the bacteria, some bacteria produce toxins that are not killed by heat if they are in the danger zone too long. Can you use the slow cooker to cook the stuff turkey! I did a search and didn't find anything like this on the boards, so here's my dilemna: Bought 12.5lb turkey last Monday and put it in the fridge to use on Thursday for a "Pre-Thank" dinner. I hope it thawed only in a cold place like the refrigerator. does vacuum sealing preserve food or just better way to store without air? David Farrell says: December 23, 2018 at 12:21 pm If you did not take it out of the fridge and kept it at fridge temperatures, it should be ok. One of the best things about this product is you cook it from frozen. Or is this a good thing? Is this ok to cook and eat? It’s just that I could do better. You will have to used reduced stock or a gravy base to make your gravy. You will notice a very dark piece of skin in the picture. Meat that is between 10 F and 140 F is susceptible to bacterial growth. Is it possible to eat a stick of butter, every day? That means Butterball did the brining already in order to extend the shelf life of the turkey. There are three methods to prep a turkey: oil and salt rub, stuffing, and brining. Don’t pack stuffing too tightly, as it may cause uneven cooking. It should be the same as thawing any other turkey breast but I would suggest calling the Butterball hotline and asking them as they are the experts. Required fields are marked *. Yes. Then there are the health issues. If you did not take it out of the fridge and kept it at fridge temperatures, it should be ok. Hi what are your thoughts on slow cooking it in crockpot and its not stuffed its the white and dark meat one…thx. We didn’t have the time or energy to do it all ourselves. Do you prefer ground beef or Italian sasusage for lasagna ? The do not thaw probably means that it's consistency won't keep as well if it is thawed but nonetheless it should be just fine! Butterball Boneless Stuffed Turkey Breast, Episode 36 of You Can Make It, Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Potatoes & Canadian Gumbo. I think they give extra time just to be safe. After removing your perfectly-cooked Butterball turkey from the oven let it rest for at least 20 minutes before carving.