Fiery Grilled Turkey Breast

Fiery Grilled Turkey Breast created by Andi Longmeadow Farm

This dish has an amazing and surprising flavour worthy of a dinner party. The turkey breast needs to marinated for up to 24 hours, however, I have also marinated for 6 hours with good results. The flavour becomes more pronounced the longer you marinate.

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24hrs 40mins
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  • Make small slits in turkey every 2 inches.
  • Combine all ingredients except turkey and vegetable oil.
  • Marinate turkey in marinade in large ziplock bag for up to 24 hours.
  • Preheat grill to medium.
  • Discard the marinade and rub vegetable oil all over turkey breast.
  • Grill until juices run clear approx 40 minute.
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"This dish has an amazing and surprising flavour worthy of a dinner party. The turkey breast needs to marinated for up to 24 hours, however, I have also marinated for 6 hours with good results. The flavour becomes more pronounced the longer you marinate."

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  1. NOLAinBlairsville
    Fiery Grilled Turkey Breast Created by NOLAinBlairsville
  2. NOLAinBlairsville
    I used a split turkey breast with the bone in. Marinated for 8 hours. I did not rub the oil on before grilling. I grilled both sides on grates then put it on the higher rack in the BBQ. Cooked for a total of 40 minutes. Delicious!!! I would have never thought to grill my turkey breast, but we will definitely do this again!!
    • Review photo by NOLAinBlairsville
  3. NOLAinBlairsville
    Used a bone in turkey split turkey breast.
  4. PalatablePastime
    Fiery Grilled Turkey Breast Created by PalatablePastime
  5. PalatablePastime
    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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