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A couple weeks ago I picked up a package of turkey breast cutlets because I had never tried them before. All I did was quickly salt and pepper the turkey, then I seared them on both sides in a hot cast-iron skillet. This left some residue on the bottom of my skillet, which is exactly what I was hoping for.
We both love to cook and have swapped quite a few recipes. One day, I was talking to her about trying to find some low calorie baked chicken recipes to add to my collection. But there are only so many ways you can bake or roast chicken!
Mix paprika, cumin, oregano, salt and sugar in small bowl. Rub both sides of turkey cutlets with 1 tablespoon of the spice mixture. Set aside.
Turkey breast cutlets are narrow and somewhat thin slices of turkey breasts. One advantage of cutlets is that they cook so quickly. Turkey cutlets are low in fat and high in protein and other nutrients.
Turkey cutlets with a wonderful Parmesan crust lightly pan-fried in just enough oil and butter to make it yummy, without making it greasy and high in calories. We eat this with fresh lemon on top and everyone in my house is happy! Hope you enjoy!
They are naturally low in fat, so you can bake the thin slices of poultry for a delicious, low-fat meal. Cutlets take much less time to prepare than roasting a whole bird, but dry out quickly if you cook them for too long. You can bread turkey cutlets or bake them with vegetables to preserve their moisture.
The first Thanksgiving after I graduated college was disappointing at best. But then my car died suddenly and my plans were totally derailed. Without a car, I had to cancel my plans at the last minute.
Turkey cutlets—also known as paillards—are pounded or thinly sliced cuts of turkey breast. The fact that the thin pieces of meat cook quickly is one of the biggest advantages. Plus, turkey breast is lean, and it's an excellent alternative to veal, pork, or chicken cutlets.
Garlic Parmesan turkey cutlets are healthy and super simple to make! I definitely tend to use chicken as my fallback choice of protein, but did you know that turkey actually has more protein, fewer calories, and less total fat and cholesterol than chicken? We ate our turkey breast cutlets with some mashed sweet potatoes and a green salad, and it made for a hearty and healthy dinner that the whole family loved!