6 Reviews

Definitely spicy but just the way I like it! Has a real good flavor overall- not just heat. Light and healthy- I served medallions of this over an arugula salad. I do suggest double bagging if using ziplocks to marinate as the pungency of the marinade does get through. A keeper! Thanks for sharing~

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Sue Lau January 29, 2013

This made for a tasty and easy mid week dinner...marinated in the morning-devoured in the evening. I ended up using chicken breast as turkey breast were nowhere to be found (typical!),but followed everything else to the letter. Yum!

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Noo May 14, 2010

This was a Thai flavor for sure. We enjoyed it hot off the grill but as it cooled the fish sauce started to come out more. I would probably reduce the fish sauce since we don't like fish... but that's our own problem, not a problem with the recipe.

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Krista Roes November 24, 2009

Wonderful recipe for grilling turkey! I marinated for about 12 hours and the turkey was so moist with great flavor. I used breast tenderloins so the cook time was only about 20 minutes. Really enjoyed this - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof October 26, 2009

This recipe is a must try! Because this was a wild turkey, I sliced the breast into several pieces before marinating for just over 24 hours. The pieces were smaller, so the cook time on the grill was much less. But the result was fantastic. DH got to take leftovers for sandwiches to work, and can't wait till we have this again. He said it was the best turkey sandwich he has ever ate! Thanks for sharing!

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TheGrumpyChef October 06, 2009

A turkey with a very special taste indeed. This is great! A very hot day here on the farm, a day when the grill comes into play, even as you are sweating, and wanting something easy to fix, but has a *pow* taste. I defrosted the turkey breast early this morning, then mixed the marinade ingredients together, slit the turkey breast to allow the seasoning to come through, put into a ziploc, popped into the icebox and went on about my day. I did use all the ingredients suggested and the chili sauce is a wonderful taste addition to this, with a real nice bite. 8 hours later, got the grill going put on turkey breasts and had dinner within an hour. Such a great recipe and a good keeper for us on the farm and beyond. Made for Please Review My Recipe June 2009

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm June 08, 2009
Fiery Grilled Turkey Breast