Turkey Cutlets with Pan Gravy
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Tweaked it a little but perfect start when you have no clue what to do with turkey cutlet. I will make it again!
Much like 'TheQueen914', I too found this recepie to be a little bland. However, as I am not a mushroom fan, I used herbs to flavor the gravy. I usually prep weekly meals on Sunday. But this is so darn tender and flavorful that at 11:03 pm, on this 23rd day of April, I am enjoying what's supposed to be Monday night's portion. (Ooops). Oh well, I guess Thursday will have to be pizza night. :•)
I don't eat meat and instead made this for my guy. He said that this turkey and gravy was very good. It really was simple to make. If you follow the recipe step by step you should be very pleased with your results. If you need more flavor then add more seasoning to the gravy. I actually made this a few months ago. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Great easy recipe. I always keep turkey cutlets on hand for when I can't figure out what to cook.
This is a great recipe. I gave it 4stars because the flavor of the gravy was bland. If you are experiencing the same, try putting in the gravy sliced onions, mushrooms and a drop of gravy master. Put the cutlets back in the pan, on top of the onions & gravy. Let simmer for approximately 15-20 mins. Tastes awesome!!! If you try this, let me know your outcome. You will not be disappointed.
Loved it!! For some reason my husband thought he wouldn't care for turkey cutlets. I followed this recipe to a T, and he was asking for more. Thank you!!
quick, easy and delicious!
My husband and I loved this. Very quick, the only thing I did differently was cook a little longer. I used a gauge. I may have cooked it at a lower temp.
Maybe my poultry seasoning had too much salt in it, but I found these to be a little salty. Overall, it was very quick, simple, and flavorful, but next time I'll cut down on the poultry seasoning or seasoning salt.
very good, will make again!!