5 Reviews

This is a quick and easy way to satisfy a craving for "turkey dinner" without roasting a whole bird. The cutlets cooked perfectly and turned out moist and tender with great flavor from the savory seasonings. The pan gravy was delicious as well. I did make one adjustment to the gravy, as it seemed a bit too thin for my family's taste. I reduced the chicken broth to 1 3/4 cups and added one extra tablespoon each of butter and flour to the rue, which yielded a slightly thicker gravy. The next time I make this, I will use turkey broth instead of chicken broth. DH and I agreed using turkey broth would have intensified the turkey flavor. My family enjoyed this dish served with mashed potatoes and corn. Yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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MarthaStewartWanabe November 05, 2010

Quick, tasty and fairly healthy. The cutlets didn't dry out, were perfectly seasoned and filling. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview March 27, 2013

Great recipe! I added a bit of garlic and a dash of Kitchen Bouquet (browning sauce) to the gravy.

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Andtototoo! September 04, 2014

Took another reviewer's suggestion and reduced the chicken broth to 1-3/4 cups and added an extra tablespoon each of butter and flour to the roux. Excellent recipe!

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Skooch March 28, 2013

I used turkey wrapped in bacon but followed the rest of the recipe other then I used olive oil instead of vegetable oil. This was good and easy to make.

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bmcnichol February 10, 2011
Turkey Cutlets With Pan Gravy