11 Reviews

Great taste and perfect for our eating style. Did not change a thing.

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Mike Marek January 05, 2003

This was a great tasting recipe. I had to substitute canned diced tomatoes (28 oz can) for the sun-dried tomatoes, but it turned out delicous. My family loved it.

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BusyB September 25, 2004

I thought that this was really good, but thoguht that the sun-dried tomatoes took something away from it. I would make it again, and next time omit them.

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Cliopatra Montgomery June 24, 2003

I wasn't sure how I was going to cook my boneless turkey chops till I stumbled on this recipe. I used sherry instead of white wine (was just in the mood) and added coriander to the dredging flour as well as the salt and pepper. It turned out very rich and quite good- thank you!

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stonecoldcrazy August 17, 2009

This is nearly sensational. I always have these ingredients on hand. I wanted the sauce thicker so I added a roux with perfect results. I also thin-sliced the tomatoes. This is easy enough for a weeknight and special enough for company. Chicken could easily be substituted. It reminds me of something you could get at Macaroni Grill. Restaurant quality with pantry ingredients, what more could you ask for?

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smellicious March 28, 2008

Outstanding flavor and great technique for cooking lowfat turkey cutlets. This is the third time I've made this and it's now in our weekly menu lineup. Thanks again!

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lorriep67 February 06, 2007

I am only giving this 4 stars because ultimately it wasn't to my family's taste. However, the techniques described in the recipe are good. I've always had trouble maximizing the turkey breast cutlet. It's so lean, it's a little flavor poor. The pounding and flavoring of this meat and then browning it in this low fat way are useful techniques for improving the taste and usefulness of this low fat cut. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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MollyJ December 23, 2005

This was just sooo easy! And delicious, too! My family loved it. I didn't have enough sun-dried tomatoes, so I added fresh diced tomatoes to supplement. Being garlic loving family, we used more garlic... Thank you for the recipe.

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Meyer Lemon October 22, 2005

I had this for St Patricks day. WOW!!!!

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Chef Smig52 March 17, 2005

Fantastic! This was a low-cal gourmet meal. I did not add the chicken broth but used the liquid I had soaked the sun dried tomatoes in. I served it with bow tie noodles and a toss salad. Thank you for this recipe - Im keeping it handy.

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Pat in Ogden July 31, 2004
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