Cook these amazing turkey cutlets for a delicious recipe that’s also quick and easy! Featuring delicious turkey with a sweet glaze, the whole family will love this dish.
Turkey Cutlets Recipe
Ingredients you will need:
- 3 lbs. turkey cutlets
- Real maple syrup
- 2 oranges, 2 juiced, 1 zested
- 1/4 cup butter browned
- 3 T. Dijon mustard
- Apple cider vinegar
- Salt and pepper
Season 3 lbs. turkey cutlets.
In a pan heated with oil, cook turkey cutlets 3 minutes on each side.
When turkey cutlets are cooked, deglaze the pan with apple cider vinegar and save the liquid.
Over a bowl, zest 1 orange.
In the same bowl, juice 2 oranges.
In another pan, melt 1/4 cup butter. Add pan drippings, orange juice, 3 T. Dijon mustard, and maple syrup. Allow sauce to reduce.
In the same pan as the sauce, cook turkey cutlets for a few additional minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
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Turkey Cutlets Video Recipe
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Hi, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today we’re going make turkey cutlets in brown butter, maple, and orange glaze sauce. It can be ready to serve in as little as 20 minutes.
We are using turkey cutlets for this recipe. You can use boneless, skinless chicken breasts if you prefer. You can see that these have been trimmed with the skin taken off, which is why they’re called cutlets. To this we’re just going to season these with Rada’s Burger & Fry Seasoning. It’s a great seasoning. We’re going to sear these in a pan. I love this recipe because we’re going to do everything in the same pan which makes for super easy cleanup.
We are going to sear our turkey breast in the pan. To taste the oil’s temperature we’re just going to place a drop of cold water and if it’s properly ready it’s just going to crack a little. So, I’m going to take my turkey and put it right in the pan. About 3 minutes per side. These are now ready to flip. It doesn’t take very long because they’re a thin cut of meat. They’re just starting to turn golden brown and that’s exactly what they want. Now we’ll take these out and set them aside and cook the next batch of cutlets.
So we have our turkey breasts cooked and set aside. Here in my pan you can see we have all these nice little brown bits. I’ve drained off most of the oil that we’ve cooked with and I’m going to deglaze the pan with some apple cider vinegar. And just pick up all of that good flavor and into our measuring cup until we’re ready to make our sauce.
One of my oranges I’m going to grate over this bowl. Just get that super-fragrant orange outside that has all of those delicious oils. I’m going to do this whole orange. Now juice the oranges. You can substitute orange juice if you need to.
Here in my pan I’ve allowed my butter to get golden brown. Make sure it doesn’t burn. I’m going to add those pan drippings that we pulled off the stove from before. This contains my orange juice that we’ve freshly squeezed plus our orange zest. To this I’m going to add a few tablespoons of Dijon mustard. Finally, real maple syrup.
With my Rada Handi-Stir we’re going to come in, give it a whisk altogether. Taste to make sure your seasonings are correct. We have let that sauce reduce, nice and thickened. We are going to put the cutlets back in the pan and cook for a few more minutes. You want to make sure they’re coated in your sauce. On medium-low heat you want to let them simmer for just a few more minutes.
These are off the stove and they have that delicious brown butter and maple glaze on top. Thanks for joining us today. Visit our website at RadaCutlery.com, and subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can get more great recipes just like this one!
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