Lemon Turkey Breast

"This is a recipe I adopted. I look forward to trying it soon! The original intro said: Fast, easy and healthy to prepare."
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  • Coat a large skillet with cooking spray;.
  • heat for 30 seconds.
  • Add turkey;.
  • sprinkle with lemon pepper.
  • and cook for 3 to 5 minutes on each side until browned and no longer pink in center.
  • Combine remaining ingredients in a small bowl, mixing well.
  • Add to pan and cook until heated through. Garnish with parsley.

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  1. Very yummy! I'm between 4 and 5 stars on this one. I enjoyed the flavor of the sauce and glad I doubled it, although I did use less worcestershire sauce. I served this with couscous (tho I think a potato would have been better) and candy carrots (margarine and brown sugar). The sweet carrots were a perfect compliment to the tangy turkey and I will make this pair again. The kids loved this to and I ended up splitting the last piece between them so they wouldn't fight LOL. I'll make this again for sure. It was nice to see my family enjoy this so much especially since it was such an easy meal. Thank you for posting!
  2. My husband really liked this recipe. He said it had a nice twang. The recipe was easy to so that makes me happy! Thanks!
  3. This was great. I didn't make it with mushrooms, but next time I totally will (thanks, Toni, for the suggestion). Next time I will also double the sauce. It was so good that I wanted more of it. One other thing... Hey Jude was totally right on the cooking time; these took a mere three minutes to cook for me. Amazing. What a fast, delicious recipe, ladypit! Thanks.
  4. Super easy, super quick and super good. All that and WW Core to boot. :) It took me longer to find this recipe than to actually make it. The lemon and mustard give a really nice zip to the turkey cutlets. Since tonight was cooking for one, I made half the amount of meat and included a cup of sliced mushrooms cooked with the meat. They absorbed the sauce so well and complemented the dish well. Thanks ladypit. Great find.
  5. Well Ladypit, you really should try this recipe! The original intro says it all....it's fast (almost TOO fast), easy and healthy. I'm a huge proponent of fast, easy and healthy and this is probably one of the best recipes that fits that terminology and goes to the top of my list. I had my side dishes finished before I even began cooking the turkey...it's that fast. And delicious! I made this exactly as written and I urge everyone trying this recipe to make note of the cooking times because if you cook any longer you'll end up with shoe leather (I know from personal experience with other turkey cutlet recipes). This has a nice Zip from the pepper and lemon juice. My husband is on a low-sodium, low-fat diet and so, of course, we all are and this recipe will definitely become a regular on our family menu. Husband and daughter both loved it, as did I. Thanks for adopting this recipe and I strongly suggest giving it a try, it's a keeper.


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