Turkey is traditional at Christmas time, and all home chefs are hoping to make their roast perfect.
While some turkey fans focus on the meat, others love the skin for its salty flavour.
However, dull and soggy skin can be a let down. How do you get turkey skin crispy?
Head chef at one of the UK’s leading supermarkets revealed his unique trick.
Iceland’s Head Chef, Neil Nugent, told Express.co.uk his advice for achieving the crispiest skin on your turkey this Christmas.
The chef has previously worked as an executive chef at Morrisons, Waitrose and Asda.
His clever trick involves getting the turkey hot before you prepare it with salt and one particular type of oil.
He said: “Prep your turkey by opening up the legs a little and putting butter under the skin.
“Pour boiling hot water from the kettle over the skin and season with sea salt, before rubbing the skin with vegetable oil to guarantee the crispiest skin possible.”
There are numerous tips and tricks recommend by experts to cook the best turkey.
How to cook a turkey peaks as a search term on Google at this time of year as people prepare to make the roast at home.
Cooking the turkey upside down has been recommended as method to get the best bird.
This was tested out on Food Unwrapped, who cooked three turkey’s using three popular methods to discover the best.
The turkey must be turned over 30 minutes before it is down to brown the top.
A Michelin Star Chef has also recommend the best turkey stuffing recipe for the moistest breast.
The chef, who works at Fitzrovia restaurant Pied a Terre, has one special ingredient in his stuffing to perfect it.