Stuffed Turkey Fillet
Cooking a whole turkey stems from the "Thanksgiving" tradition that is slowly starting to blow over from America. Not everyone has an oven big enough for such a huge bird. Hence this more common recipe.
Start by heating the frying pan. Do this with an empty pan at a low temperature.
Turn on the oven to 120 degrees and preheat it as well.
Chop the nuts and place them in the mixing bowl along with the dried cranberries.
Add the cream cheese and honey and stir well.
Now for the turkey, cut the fillet so that you can stuff it. The most important thing is that you make sure that the filling can (almost) not come out when you bind the fillet.
Once you've cut open the turkey fillet, spread the filling in the part that you can tie back together. Now tie the fillet together well so that it retains its shape during baking.
Make a mat from the bacon so that you can easily place it over the turkey later.
Put the oil in the pan and fry the turkey now. Then let it rest for 10 minutes.
Remove the strings and wrap the bacon around it.
Now put the turkey back in the pan and put it in the oven. Cook the turkey for an hour at 120 degrees so that the filling does not run out and the meat remains nice and soft.
The bacon fat ensures that the turkey retains its flavors and juices and naturally salts the meat.
When the turkey is cooked, remove the pan from the oven and let the meat rest for 10 minutes before carving.