Turkey breast is not something I often reach for when considering a slow cooker meal, because it can dry out over the long cooking time, but if you add enough—a lot of—herb butter it stays fairly juicy and makes a great basis for a simple meal. And it’s even better as leftovers.
Put the deboned turkey breast halves in the slow cooker (nestle them in snugly) and pour
In a bowl, mash the butter together with the basil and
Using a slotted spoon or two sturdy spatulas, transfer the turkey to a carving board and thickly slice or pull the meat into serving-size pieces. Spoon some of the liquid from the cooker over the meat and serve.
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