How to carve a turkey at Christmas
Carving a Christmas turkey the traditional way
Jamie shows you how to carve a turkey at the table. First, remove the wings and legs then slice the breast
Using a carving knife to remove roast turkey wings
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Slicing turkey breast the traditional way
Use the tip of your fork to hold the turkey steady at the top of the breast. Then, using the whole length of the knife, carve 0.5cm-thick slices from the breast.
Carving a Christmas turkey the alternative way
Remove the wings and legs the same way and remove the breast meat whole.
Carving a whole turkey breast
Slice the turkey into centimetre chunks. This method helps with portion control when it comes to serving.