Can you tell this turkey has been almost entirely deboned? Your guests will never guess it is deboned until you cut it. Frozen turkeys are available year-round. They are quite good roasted with the bones in, but the bones can make carving difficult. Some butchers will debone the turkey for you, usually at a higher price. It is easy to do it yourself in about 15 minutes. Learn how to remove the breast, back, and thigh bones in step-by-step photos. You'll end up with a boneless turkey suitable for stuffing.
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