How to Cook Turkey Fillets

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A turkey fillet is a thinly cut piece of turkey breast meat. Turkey fillets are flavorful and healthy. Turkey fillets as a main course with mashed potato and a green vegetable such as broccoli is a quick weeknight meal.

How to Cook Turkey Fillets
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Things You'll Need

  • 4 Turkey Fillets
  • 1 cup Italian Styled Bread Crumbs
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tbsp. water
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup olive oil (or vegetable oil)
  • Shallow frying pan
  • shallow bowl
  • two plates
Step 1

Start by placing the flour on a plate. Then, dump the bread crumbs onto a separate plate. You'll need to beat your egg in a shallow bowl and add 1 tbsp. of water to the egg mixture. Line these up in this order: flour, egg mixture, bread crumbs.

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Step 2

Place the shallow frying pan onto the stove top and heat on a medium-high flame. Once the pan is warm, add the olive oil to the frying pan.

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Step 3

Dredge one turkey fillet through the flour, making certain to coat the turkey fully with flour.

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Step 4

Once coated, place the turkey fillet into the egg wash mixture, turning once to coat the fillet with the egg mixture.

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Step 5

Take the turkey fillet from the egg mixture and place it into the bread crumbs. Pat the turkey fillet into the bread crumbs to ensure the bread crumbs will stick to the turkey fillet.

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Step 6

Place the turkey fillet into the olive oil in the heated frying pan. Cook the turkey fillet until both sides are a crispy, golden brown. Enjoy.

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Tips & Warnings

  • This recipe serves four.
  • You can add sauces to the turkey fillet to add a different take. For instance, add spaghetti sauce and melted mozzarella cheese to create a turkey parmigiana. Or add salsa and pepper jack cheese for a spicy flair.
  • Always use proper caution when working with flame and hot oil.
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