This Roasted Garlic & Rosemary Turkey Breast is my favorite way to make a turkey breast. It only needs a handful of ingredients & is super simple to prepare.
I don’t know if y’all know this, but I’m a huge fan of cast iron cookware. I collect it as well as cook in it all the time. I’m really a fan of about cast iron anything – as long as it’s old. I get completely starry eyed when I see antique cast iron stoves.
Not long ago, I went to the Liberty Antique Festival & saw an old covered cast iron sitting in the corner, not having any attention paid to it. I went to check it out closer & my heart started going pitter patter. It was an old Griswold! And it had a self basting lid! I hesitantly asked the seller what she wanted for it, and she said $40!
Y’all, my heart about jumped out of my body I was so happy. If you collect cast iron at all, then you know this is a pretty good find. I use lots of newer cast iron as well, but there really is nothing like the vintage cookware. It’s just so much better in my opinion… nothing else cooks quite like them.
It needed a bit of love but luckily I’ve cleaned up an old rusty cast iron or 50 before.
I was amazed by how beautifully it cleaned up and couldn’t wait to cook on it.
I was planning on sharing this recipe that I created for Roasted Garlic & Rosemary Turkey Breast so I decided to use my ‘new to me’ Griswold cast iron skillet for it this time. I just knew it would photograph so pretty without even having to do anything extra to it, and I was right. Isn’t it gorgeous?
I promise you that it tastes even better than it looks.
Now that we’ve all marveled over my new cast iron (haha) now let’s marvel over this turkey breast.