8 Reviews

I liked the simplicity of this recipe. Only issue I had was waiting for the broth/cornstarch mixture to thicken up in the pan. Consequently I cooked the sauce longer than the directions stated and the lemon slices cooking longer made the sauce almost inedible. I salvaged it by added about 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of sugar. Next time I won't add the slices of lemon until the sauce is how I like it. It's my mistake not this recipe. I will definitely try again.

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mybirdzone March 04, 2011

This was a delicious way to have turkey cutlets. I did lightly bread my cutlet with 2 tbsp of whole wheat flour with 1 tsp of parsley, 1/4 tsp salt and pepper mixed in. I used 1 tsp of olive oil. I also used no salt added low fat chicken broth. I for some reason didn't have any lemons, so I used about 3 lemons worth of the bottled stuff. I cooked my sauce alot longer to reduce it. I served with baby potatoes drizzled with the yummy sauce. Thank you for the recipe.

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jamb May 01, 2003

This was ok...I felt it was missing something, but not sure what. I will tweak it a little with some additional spices to see if that does the trick.

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Rottmom February 27, 2011

This is so good!! It has alot flavor from the lemon. I used low sodium chicken broth and it worked great!! Very light and healthy.

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robbin.oakley June 29, 2010

I tagged this one for the Healthy Choice ABC Tag Game. This was easy, flavorful and healthy. I served it with roasted fingerling potatoes and mixed steamed vegetables. I followed the directions exactly but did lightly dust my cutlets with a little whole wheat flour. Next time, and there will be a next time, I would double the sauce. It was so delicious! This recipe would work just as well with chicken cutlets.

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TXOLDHAM September 19, 2008

WOW! This was fabulous and didn't take long to disappear! I made this for ZWT4 team Kumquat's Kookin' Kaboodles. I really was surprised to find a recipe in the tour that I could use a turkey tenderloin in (sliced into cutlets). Very bold, very tasty, and VERY healthy as well. A far far cry from Thanksgiving roasted turkey. I think this would be perfect with rice pilaf and broccoli raab on the side. With very "evil" but very tasty soft buttered hot rolls. Thanks for sharing- ~Sue

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Sue Lau June 16, 2008

Deeeeelicious! I had these boring turkey cutlets and this recipe really made them taste special. I added some diced scallions to the top for garnish and loved the flavor they added. I served over some thin spaghetti noodles. I might try adding about 1/2 cup of white wine next time to see how that tastes too. Thanks for sharing your great recipe find.

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Pam-I-Am October 05, 2007

Fantastic dish! The only change I made was to add a tiny pat of butter to the finished sauce!

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Richard-NYC September 19, 2007
Turkey Cutlets With Lemon Sauce