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A modern Thanksgiving menu for four ready in an hour!

This year, spend more time with friends and family, thanks to a delicious dinner that comes together in just one hour!

Roast turkey breast with bacon-cranberry chutney

Roast turkey breast with bacon-cranberry chutney
Photo by Sian Richards

This year, so you spend more time with friends and family, we’ve come up with a delicious Thanksgiving dinner for four that comes together in just one hour! For our modern feast, the roast turkey breast is our biggest time-saver — but if you’re cooking for a crowd or want extra leftovers (who doesn’t?), try one of these golden, roast turkey recipes and double up on side dishes. Find our one-hour game plan below.

Fresh starters
Smoked salmon & watercress wraps
Creamy, with a hint of spice, these smoked salmon wraps are topped with sprigs of watercress for a peppery finish.

Smoked salmon and watercress wraps

Smoked salmon and watercress wraps recipe
Photo by Sian Richards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The main event
Roast turkey breast with bacon-cranberry chutney
The chutney is a Thanksgiving mash-up, with bacon, apples and cranberries that are roasted in the turkey pan for extra flavour.

Spiced parsnip & sweet potato mash
Allspice and thyme enhance this vegetable mash, transforming it into an aromatic, mouth-watering side dish.

Sugar snap pea & water chestnut sauté
Bright and tender-crisp, this veggie sauté gets a boost with a hint of nutty, browned butter.

spiced parsnip and sugar snap peas

Spiced parsnip and sugar snap peas recipes
Photo by Sian Richards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sweetest ending
Creamy pear and mascarpone brioche
Warm pears cooked in a sweet brandy sauce top this decadent brioche, the perfect finale to a fall meal.

Creamy pear and mascarpone brioche

Creamy pear and mascarpone brioche recipe
Photo by Sian Richards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanksgiving countdown

6:00 | Preheat oven to 400F. Boil a large pot of water. Prep turkey and chutney.

6:05 | Roast turkey. Prep parsnips and sweet potatoes.

6:10 | Boil peas; scoop out of water. Add parsnips and sweet potatoes to same pot.

6:20 | Make salmon wraps and refrigerate.

6:30 | Prep and cook pears. Mash vegetables and cover.

6:45 | Sauté peas and water chestnuts.

6:55 | Transfer turkey to cutting board and tent with foil. Reduce heat to 200F. Stir chutney and scoop into bowl.

7:00 | Keep brioche slices warm in oven until it’s time to serve dessert. Put out salmon wraps

7:05 | Have guests pour the drinks!

From turkey to dessert, we have it all. Find all our favourite Thanksgiving recipes here.