Turkey breast cooking times vary according to the size of the meat and the style of cooking. Low and slow at 325F means it'll be in the oven for at least 2 hours, or until the temperature reads 165F. Quick cooking at 450F means 45 minutes in the oven if you've spatchcocked the breast.
Season the turkey breasts according to your recipe. Roast the turkey breasts based on the weight of the larger breast, but add 15 minutes to the total cooking time. For example, if you are cooking a 4-lb. turkey breast and a 3½-lb. turkey breast, use the cooking time for the 4-lb. breast.
If you’re hosting a smaller group for Thanksgiving this year, grilling a whole turkey might be more food than you need or want. To avoid a fridge full of leftovers - try grilling a turkey breast, which depending on the size of your group’s appetite is perfect for about 4-6 people and takes much less time to cook than a traditional, whole turkey.Author: Jennie Lussow.
Apr 16, 2011 · Calculate the cooking time. For a smaller four to six pound turkey breast, set aside between 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 hours. For a larger six to eight pound turkey breast, set aside between 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 hours. If you're cooking at an altitude of 5,000 or more feet, you'll need to 91%(27).