Turkey cutlets cook quickly, and work very well with marinades. They will cook in minutes on the barbecue grill.
Turkey tenderloin or turkey breast meat is perfect to cut into chunks for these easy kebabs.
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These are easy to make with thinly sliced turkey cutlets. (sliced turkey breast meat). We had the other 1/2 of the avocado with a Caprese Salad to start.
Grilled Turkey Pesto Rolls with Tomato Avocado Sauce
These could be made with ground turkey or chicken as well. The addition of the onions, breadcrumb, ketchup and teriyaki keeps them moist and flavorful.
This is an easy pasta with a slightly hot sauce.... Perfect for cold winter nights.I used raw turkey but if you have leftover, cooked turkey add it at the end, with the pasta, just to heat through.
Turkey Stroganoff, with Mushrooms and Shallots on fragrant Basmati Rice
I used turkey white meat, that I cut into small pieces. You could use ground turkey or ground beef.
Another easy, one-pan dinner for 2.Feel free to add cheese to finish.... We're minding our calories at the moment.
Turkey Cutlets in a Tomato Horseradish Sauce with spaghetti is a warming main course that is done in the time it takes to cook that pasta.
Lemon, honey, and whole grain mustard make a quick pan sauce for these turkey cutlets.
Thinly sliced turkey cutlets cook quickly and stay moist and tender. These are finished with a simple home-made barbecue sauce.
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Chives, both garlic and regular, are always the first thing up in my garden and I love adding them to everything. You can use dried versions, another favorite herb or just skip.
We love sage. If it's not your favorite you could use basil or spinach leaves and substitute any firm cheese.This is reminiscent of an Italian Saltimbocca.