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passionprincess
Monday, July 4, 2011, 11:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Following in the Italian tradition of olive oil and garlic, here is my dinner:

Lemony Aglio Et Olio Turkey Breasts

Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Garlic cloves
Lemon Juice (fresh lemons or concentrate, if you cannot get fresh)
Parsley
Sea Salt
Turkey Breast

Make tiny cuts throughout the breasts and sprinkle sea salt (let it sit out to absorb the salt while making the garlic olive oil) - both sides

Heat up olive oil and sliced garlic cloves in low heat (simmer) until the garlic clove is golden brown and can be mashed with a spoon; mash all the garlic pieces

sprinkle sea salt and parsley into the garlic and olive oil mix

pour lemon juice into the skillet

pour more olive oil as needed until the mixture fill about half of the skillet

place salted turkey breasts into the skillet

cover and simmer in medium heat until the breasts are done

*You can simmer veggies (I have spinach, mushrooms, and onions OR rice noodles) in the broth*

Serve with fresh veggies, sauteed veggies (cooked in the same broth), or rice noodles (you can either stick them into the broth and let the noodles cook or cook as directed on the package and pour some of the broth onto the noodles).

Enjoy!!!! Happy 4th of July!


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Sounds like a tasty recipe, fellow Nomad!  



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Sounds good for Teachers too!


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Looks good for Os, Bs, and Gatherers too.


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I’m copying and sending to my Nomad son.  Everything in this recipe is ingredients he normally uses.  We have dinner every Sunday night.  I buy the food & he cooks.  Everything on this list is good for me too.

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I am glad you can enjoy it! I made a huge batch and my turkey came out a bit tough (I did not watch the turkey being cooked and watched snippets of an online video, instead  ). The sauce made up for it.

The second time, I threw in some rice pasta and it was good. The turkey meat crumbled due to being heated.

I will post another "experiment" this weekend.

Enjoy!


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My son’s came out perfect.  It was tender & not dry at all.  He has the patience to slow cook food, I don’t.  He threw in mushrooms, onions, garlic, spinach, and parley.


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Sounds great! I usually multi-task and leave the food heating/cooking on the stove top while doing dishes, reading online, etc. Bad habit, I know.  

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My son’s came out perfect.  It was tender & not dry at all.  He has the patience to slow cook food, I don’t.  He threw in mushrooms, onions, garlic, spinach, and parley.




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What a great din-din. Good for Hunter's too
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