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Grill over a solid bed of medium-hot coals or a medium-hot gas grill; baste frequently with remaining sauce.
Pour the Sun Shower(TM) Nectarine Mango baste mixture over the turkey and baste it several times while cooking.
To make a baste or thickened sauce, mix fresh or reserved marinade (preceding) with cornstarch.
Put in a roasting tin, baste with the oil and sprinkle well with salt.
Some cooks like to baste the bird with chicken broth or melted butter (using a bulb baster) every 45 minutes during roasting, but others skip it.
When foods are served, offer more of the sauce used as a baste to add to taste.
Before you buy, baste or bake, brush up on these turkey tips from the American Dietetic Association and the ConAgra Foods Foundation.
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You weighed-in, way back, on the friendly debate over basting (some say not to baste; some say baste every 30 minutes).
Half an hour before the end of cooking, remove the foil to crisp the skin, baste with the pan juices and lay the bacon in a lattice over the breast.
The remaining baste can be rubbed into the exterior of the turkey and inside the skin.
The aromatic liquid can be used to baste the turkey while it cooks, along with all the natural juices and fats that are going to be released.