Once you buy the turkey you can keep the turkey in the refrigerator for 1-2 days after purchase.
The USDA recommends three ways to thaw turkeys: in the refrigerator, in cold water, and in the microwave. Never defrost turkey on the counter.
Begin by pre-heating the oven to 350 degrees. Next, remove the giblet packets. They can be found inside the neck and end of the turkey. Rinse the turkey in cold water and pat dry. Place the turkey into a Handi-Foil Eco Roasting Pan. Lightly add vegetable oil to the turkey. You can also stuff the turkey with stuffing, herbs, or vegetables.
Add two tablespoons of flour to the oven bag. Then shake the bag to coat the inside. Place the turkey breast side up into the oven bag. Close the bag and use the tie to seal the bag and cut off the excess bag. Cut 6 one inch slits into the bag to allow steam to escape.
Once the oven temperature reaches 350 degrees put the turkey into the oven. Make sure to support the bottom of the Handi-Foil Pan when putting Turkey into the oven.
Once the internal heat of the turkey reaches 170 degrees the turkey is ready. Be sure to insert the thermometer into the thickest part of the bird.
For extra browning cut a large slit into the bag for the last half hour of cooking.
Be sure to support the bottom of the Handi-Foil pan while taking the turkey out of the oven. Let the turkey cool off for about 20 minutes before carving.