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Super Easy Recipe For Rotisserie Roasted Turkey Breast With Rotisserie Basket Potatoes

By: Andrea Alden

This recipe is super easy, it feeds a family, and is supremely satisfying. Rotisserie Roasted Turkey Breast with Rotisserie Basket Potatoes is a simple way to put dinner on the table. It evokes thoughts of special occasions without all of the work. The hardest part will be waiting for the meat to finish resting. 

This deligjtfil turkey breast roast was courtesy of Farmway Foods Ontario. 

Prep Time
15 Min
Cook Time
75 Min
Yield
4 to 6
Difficulty
Easy

Super Easy Recipe For Rotisserie Roasted Turkey Breast With Rotisserie Basket Potatoes

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Ingredients

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Ingredients

2 tsp.

garlic powder

2 tsp.

ground rosemary

½ tsp.

paprika

1 tsp.

salt

1 tsp.

freshly ground black pepper

1 ½ lbs.

baby potatoes washed and halved

2 tbsp.

butter, melted

Salt to taste

2 cups

chicken broth

Directions
  1. Preheat your grill to 325°F using the bottom burners on medium-low. Prep the potatoes by tossing them in melted butter and seasoning to taste with salt, set them aside. Combine the garlic powder, rosemary, paprika, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Season the turkey breast and then carefully slide onto the rotisserie spit rod. 
  2. Fill the rotisserie basket with the potatoes and add that to the spit rod. 
  3. Test fit the rotisserie onto the grill and ensure that both the turkey and the basket have enough room to spin together. The basket and the rotisserie forks should be a little misaligned so that the thumb screws of both do not loosen each other.
  4. Place a drip tray with 2 cups of stock below the turkey breast and turn on the rotisserie motor. Cook the turkey breast and potatoes for 60 minutes before checking the internal temperature. You’re aiming for about 140°F. 
  5. Turn the burners below the turkey to high and remove the drip tray. Cook an additional 10 to 15 minutes until the outside is crispy and the internal temperature is between 155°F and 165°F. 
  6. Remove the rotisserie from the grill and allow the turkey to rest while you prepare the gravy. Slice the meat and serve with the potatoes, seasonal veggies, and loads of gravy.  

Roasted Turkey Breast with Rotisserie Basket Potatoes may take a little longer to cook, but it’s a great weekend recipe for when you want something a little fancier and have the time to relax. What’s your favorite, super easy rotisserie recipe? Share your best rotisserie recipes and photos on our social pages like Facebook and Instagram, using the hashtags #Rotisserie, #NapoleonEats, and #NapoleonGrill.

Happy Grilling!

Recipe Blog - Farmway Logo

Try the Turkey Breast Roast from Farmway Foods

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Season, truss, and fill the basket, then load the spit rod

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Load up the grill and place a drip pan below the turkey

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Those potatoes will be so delicious

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They're nearly done

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Slice

Rest before slicing

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Serve, family-style, with gravy

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Can't go wrong with roasted potatoes

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Don't forget some seasonal vegetables

AndreaAlden
Andrea Alden

I used to be the Sultana of Sizzle, but you can call me Andrea. I have always been passionate about food. Even though I was majoring in Art and Graphic Design, I would frequently be found cooking for my friends and family.

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Recipe Blog - Farmway Logo

Try the Turkey Breast Roast from Farmway Foods

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Prep

Season, truss, and fill the basket, then load the spit rod

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Rotiss1

Load up the grill and place a drip pan below the turkey

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Rotiss2

Those potatoes will be so delicious

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Rotiss3

They're nearly done

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Slice

Rest before slicing

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Serve1

Serve, family-style, with gravy

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Serve2

Can't go wrong with roasted potatoes

Recipe Blog - Rotisserie Turkey & Potatoes - Serve3

Don't forget some seasonal vegetables