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.
Smoked salmon & watercress wraps
Creamy, with a hint of spice, these smoked salmon wraps are topped with sprigs of watercress for a peppery finish.
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.
Creamy pear and mascarpone brioche
Warm pears cooked in a sweet brandy sauce top this decadent brioche, the perfect finale to a fall meal.
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.