How to Carve a Turkey (step by step)

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Learn how to carve your Thanksgiving turkey in the step by step instructions. Carving turkey this way helps to remove as much meat in neat pieces and ready for serving.

Serve your turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes and stuffing for a no-effort, delicious holiday dinner.

You made the perfect Thanksgiving turkey! You have all the side dishes, gravy, and desserts done. Now you need to know how to carve the bird in a simple way. It can be a little bit intimidating but it’s actually quite simple. Carving the turkey following this tutorial helps to get the most from the bird and makes serving easier.

How to carve a turkey?

Once the turkey is done cooking and had time to rest for 20 minutes, place it on a cutting board. This way it won’t be sliding while you cut it. Grab a knife and a large fork to support the turkey during carving.

Step 1: the legs

Start by cutting the skin…

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