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Turkey Breast in Peanut Marinade

A spicy marinade for turkey breast. Madras curry powder is a hot version. The turkey breast is NOT a formed roast, but a whole, boned breast with skin on. VARIATION: use marinade on whole chicken and grill chicken on spit. Cooking time includes 8 hours marinating time. Serve hot, or refrigerate and slice for sandwiches or salads.

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11hrs 30mins
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  • Put the peanut butter, sherry, broth, curry powder and soy sauce in a bowl and mix until smooth. Stir in the garlic, shallot and pepper.
  • Put the turkey into a gallon plastic zipper bag and pour in the marinade. Close the bag and turn to coat the turkey. Refrigerate 6-8 hours.
  • Pre-heat oven to 325°F.
  • Remove the turkey from the bag and place on a rack in a roasting pan. Roast about 30 to 35 minutes per pound. Baste often with marinade.
  • Let the turkey rest 10 minutes before carving. Serve warm or cold.
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"A spicy marinade for turkey breast. Madras curry powder is a hot version. The turkey breast is NOT a formed roast, but a whole, boned breast with skin on. VARIATION: use marinade on whole chicken and grill chicken on spit. Cooking time includes 8 hours marinating time. Serve hot, or refrigerate and slice for sandwiches or salads."
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  1. Mia in Germany
    This is an outstanding marinade! Made it for DH who is not a turkey breast lover, and he told me to rate it with 5 stars and make it again soon. The meat remains so wonderfully juicy, not drying out at all. I used hot madras curry and will try it with mild curry, too. This definitely is a new keeper. Thanks for posting!<br/>Made for Holiday Tag.
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  2. loof751
    This is a great recipe! The marinade is spicy but not overly so and is perfect with the turkey. We grilled ours and the flavor was outstanding - thanks for sharing the recipe!
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  3. weekend cooker
    Boy, is this GOOD. Made recipe as posted except I used another brand of curry powder. The flavor is excellent, and the combo of chicken broth, and sherry couldn't be any better.A definate keeper here.
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  4. Mandy
    Yum, I used some chicken casserole pieces instead of turkey & baked it in the oven basting all the way through. When done I added some hot water to the pan juices to make a nice sauce for the top. This was delicious, thanks!
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  5. Outta Here
    A spicy marinade for turkey breast. Madras curry powder is a hot version. The turkey breast is NOT a formed roast, but a whole, boned breast with skin on. VARIATION: use marinade on whole chicken and grill chicken on spit. Cooking time includes 8 hours marinating time. Serve hot, or refrigerate and slice for sandwiches or salads.
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