I picked up a bone-in turkey breast from Hungarian a couple of weeks ago with plans to throw it on the grill one of these days. I ended up using the slow cooker and it came out amazing. I think it took me a total of 10 minutes active time and we fought over the leftovers.
I had looked through a few recipes online and followed just the cooking time – for a 3 lb breast, 1 hour on High and 3-4 hours on Low.
At 8:30am, I rubbed the turkey inside and out, under the skin and everywhere I could, with salt/pepper/paprika/garlic powder and brown sugar. I dropped it in the slow cooker without a drop of liquid. 1 hour on high and then on low till 12:30pm. I let it rest and then sliced it up. I drained the fat from the liquid and added flour and salt/pepper till it thickened and then put the sliced turkey in it and poured a little more of the juices on top. When it was time for dinner, I slowly reheated it in the pan and served it with rice, corn and cranberry sauce. We were very *thankful* for an amazingly simple and delicious Shabbat dinner ;)