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Really good. Would go well with stuffing.
Perfect meal for crisp fall day! So easy and delicious and even my picky eaters loved it. I made some substitions for the ingredients I didn't have. I used apple juice instead of cider, chicken broth instead of orange juice, and regular cranberry sauce. I mashed up the jellied cranberry sauce with a fork and added some dried cranberries. Before serving I thickened the sauce to make a gravy. I already received requests to make it again. Thanks for sharing such a delicious and easy dinner.
Very good! I used a small jar pomegranate pepper jelly since it was on-hand and we didn't have cranberry sauce. For the apple cider, used Trader Joe's Spice Apple Cider (sold during the holidays). I added several Dutch Yellow baby potatoes and some baby carrots to the pot when adding the turkey. Three tenderloins were done in 7 hours. The turkey meat was tender and shredded apart like pork! The juice was delicious. We'll definitely make it again.
I made 8 oz turkey tenderloin adding brussel sprouts and carrots with the onion underneath the turkey still using full recipe of liquid. Reducing the sauce is a must to serve with - husband thought it was drinkable! Very rustic meal.
Very easy to prepare, moist, tender and delicious. The only thing I did different was to use a whole can of the cranberry sauce. My husband and I really enjoyed this and would make it again, thanks for sharing.
Very nice. It's different, easy to make and refreshing. We all enjoyed the dish and will make again.