How to Cook Turkey Breast in the Oven. Rating: 5 (3 votes) By Max. D Gray. Updated: January 16, 2017. You may have a craving for roasted turkey, but you don't have the time you need to cook a whole turkey. The solution is simple. Roasted turkey breast is exactly what you need to make. If you only need to serve a small group of people, or love the idea of a quick-to-make festive meal, consider a turkey breast roast for Christmas, or any other occasion. Turkey breast is a great faff-free festive option for smaller groups. Half a turkey breast (from one side of the bird) will serve. Roast in the preheated oven for 1 hour; baste turkey breast with remaining butter mixture. Return to oven and roast until the juices run clear and an instant-read meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the breast, not touching bone, reads 165 degrees F (65 degrees C), about 30 more minutes. Turkey is delicious, healthy, meat diet. It is easily digested and absorbed. Sets it apart from just another great taste. When preparing Turkey, use additives such as dried apricots and raisins.These products give the meat flavours and are an additional source of potassium. If you're celebrating Thanksgiving with a smaller crowd, turkey breasts are a cinch to roast. A whole (six- to seven-pound) turkey breast will feed six to eight people. Here's a recipe to show you how to cook it, step by step. Using a slow cooker is an easy way to cook a large piece of turkey breast with minimal effort. However, it is best to make sure that the meat is defrosted before adding to the crockpot. Learning how to cook turkey breast isn't rocket science. This classic staple for holidays and get-togethers is a tender white meat that cooks easily in an oven. The trick is knowing how long to cook turkey breast; it can dry out easily. Make this juicy boneless turkey breast roast for the Holidays instead of roasting a whole turkey. Or I have a surprise for you. It makes the best homemade healthy sandwich meat year round.