Roast turkey on its own should be gluten free. Just be careful as some brands inject broth and that broth may contain gluten. Also, assuming you aren’t cooking for yourself, a turkey stuffed with gluten containing bread will be seriously contaminated – if there is going to be gluten containing stuffing, it has to be outside of the bird. [Generally speaking it is now generally considered unsafe to cook stuffing inside a roasting bird anyway.]
|Gluten Free Stuffing, Gluten Free Gravy|
and Dairy Free Mashed Potatoes
Roast the turkey according to the instructions on the turkey being sure not to add gluten containing stuffing, seasonings, and/or basting liquids. Be sure to use a meat thermometer to the correct temperature (170 for a turkey breast, 180-185 for a whole turkey measured in the thickest part of the thigh).
Figure on ½ - 1 1/2 pounds of turkey per person (use the lower end if just making a turkey breast, more towards the upper end if roasting the whole bird).
Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!