Wild Turkey Recipes
Cooking wild turkey is a challenge and we could use a little help. We think that it would be fun to share with each other our favorite wild turkey recipes. If you send us your favorite wild turkey recipe via the form at the bottom of this page, we'll post it right here. Here's our favorite wild turkey recipe. I don't know the origin but it's a winner!Wild Turkey Cutlets Oscar 1-cup flour ¼ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. pepper 2 eggs beaten 1-cup milk 1-cup Italian seasoned breadcrumbs ½ cup Parmesan cheese ½ tsp. minced garlic 1 tsp onion powder 6 slices bacon, cooked crispy and crumbled ¾ lb. Monterey jack cheese with jalapenos, sliced 1 lb. asparagus, steamed Olive oil
Preheat oven to 350°. Filet turkey breast into ½" slices. Pound turkey slices to ¼" thick. Mix eggs and milk in bowl. Combine Italian seasoned breadcrumbs, Parmesan cheese, onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Mix well. Coat turkey cutlets with flour; dip into milk and egg mixture and then coat with breadcrumb mixture. Add enough olive oil to generously cover bottom of a 10” or 12” frying pan. Heat oil on medium heat. Add turkey slices, as space allows, browning on both sides. Remove when cooked through and place on paper towels to drain oil. When all slices are browned and patted dry, put turkey in large baking dish. Place several asparagus spears on cutlets and sprinkle with bacon crumbs. Top with cheese slices. Place in hot oven for 1 to 2 minutes until cheese melts and begins to bubble.
Note: If you make the cutlets bite sized, this recipe can be served as appetizers.
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