RECIPE: Recipe for Turkey Breast Cutlets

bobo101July 4, 2009

Cut turkey breast cutlets in thick strips. Lightly whip an egg or two (I use egg substitute with a bit of egg yolk, not much, in the dairy section or make your own by dividing an egg using the white and a bit of yolk). Add about a 1/2 bottle of hot sauce (it will not be hot when mixed with the egg, only the hot sauce taste will remain). You want the mixture fairly red with the hot sauce. Marinate the cutlet strips with the egg mixture for several hours in a zip bag. When ready to cook, heat peanut oil mixed with some olive oil. Lightly coat cutlets with seasoned flour, dip back in egg mixture, then back in flour. Deep fry in oil.

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A friend gave us 2 wild turkey breasts. I don't really know how to cook wild game, so I froze them. Does anyone have a recipe? Do I need to marinate them in something to take the "wild" taste out? I would really like to try them, but I need someone's input on the best way to cook them. Thank you!

    Bookmark   July 7, 2009 at 9:17AM
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