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I had four fillets wrapped in bacon so used these. I then used garlic powder and seasoning salt and just sprinkled that on, I didn't measure. I didn't have fresh mushrooms so used 8 ounces of canned mushrooms. I cooked my turkey a lot longer then indicated. I let it simmer in the gravy and mushrooms on the stove for about an hour. This was really good and tender. We all enjoyed this.

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bmcnichol July 07, 2011

my husband loved this recipe !! i did it twice, and in the second time, i added a little sour cream to mushrooms..

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Rana Esmat May 31, 2009

This is a very tasty dish and didn't take that long. I used oil instead of the butter nor did I add the salt but it still was delicious. I used a little cornstarch to thicken the gravy. My husband loved it.

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Miss Jessie August 02, 2008

it was absolutely delicious and took sooo little time to prepare. it was the perfect quick and savory dish :)

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Maryammm July 17, 2008

I really liked this recipe, though I made one change - I added a little cornstarch mixture to thicken the sauce. It was great with pasta!

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emandallisonsmom May 12, 2008

WOW!!! I am allergic to chicken and have really missed some of my chicken dishes. This fixed that for me! It was excellent, delicious, and a totally awesome and cheap way to prepare turkey. I wouldn't and didn't change a thing and served in on a bed of rice with green beans.

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piranhabriana April 11, 2008

Lovely, we dont eat much turkey because it is hard to find good recipes, after making this though we will eat alot more. Thank you for posting.

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Simonacular December 01, 2007

AMAZING! I have made this recipe a few times and the entire family loves it. I tend to double sauce and mushrooms because it is SOOOO good! I also left out the salt and parsley and it still tasted great. Thanks for posting!

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cansi September 04, 2007

Well Happy Harry, I have to say that this was the simplest recipe and one of the tastiest I have had in quite a while! This was deelish. My husband enjoyed it as much as I did, too. I love turkey and this hit the spot. Thank you so much. Hugs to you, Susie

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MssAditood March 16, 2006

I love turkey, but it was the sauce that really impressed me. Much better and richer than the usual cornstarch gumbo of many recipes. Loved the way the natural juices of the mushrooms combined with the chicken. Like Marsha, i did not add parsley(had none) but added some oregano instead. Personally, I liked that.

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Pittsburgher March 01, 2006
Turkey Fillet in Mushroom Sauce