Saturday, October 17, 2009

Turkey Cutlets with Stuffing ~Crockpot~




This is a great recipe I put together this afternoon. I had four (4) Turkey Cutlets in the fridge and I was not in the mood to grill or marinade, so I decided to make a "Healthy Thanksgiving Style" Lunch/Dinner. It turned out wonderful! I used my crockpot it was such a pleasure without using my oven or stove top! Best of all it was cooking while I was having fun! This dish is the perfect combo of protein and carbs, high in nutrients and most of all full of flavor.



First I lined the bottom of the crockpot with a few ribs of celery. Then I diced a few carrots, celery, a small onion. I sauteed them with 1 teaspoon of butter and some extra virgin olive oil until vegetables were softened. Then I added 1 1/2 cups of Low Sodium Organic Chicken Broth to the pan and simmered it a few minutes. I poured mixture over 7 oz. of whole wheat bread stuffing and added 1 Beaten Egg (to bind ingredients together).



I topped each Turkey Cutlet with a portion of stuffing and set on my celery ribs in crockpot. Turned on High and headed to the football game this afternoon for a few hours. When the game was over we walked home for a great homemade lunch/dinner! I served with brown gravy a large salad of mixed greens. It was really a hit! Try it out!



I built the bread stuffing up so much with the vegetables that I only used probably around 4 oz. of it. I froze the remainder in the freezer for future use. What a great meal and so easy and really clean eating. Enjoy!

2 comments:

Desiree Marini said...

Your recipe looks better than one in a magazine! I am trying this one today, going to get my ingredients after work. Great one! Love Desi

Renee DeLano said...

thanks des! you can add anything you like to it (mushrooms, leeks etc.) you can also use chicken in place of the turkey. let me know how you make out.