Last evening, I wanted something hearty and easy to make. I'd been making beauty products all afternoon and was ready for a nice dinner. Wasn't in the mood for fast food, didn't feel like going to a restaurant, and my husband had a series of meetings that day and was probably going to be as hungry as I was! :) The garlic infused turkey breasts was just the thing.
What you'll need:
The turkey breasts tenderloins, of course.
Cooking wine. ( 1/2 cup)
Olive Oil. (1/2 cup)
8 tsp minced garlic
2 tsp salt
2 tsp cracked black pepper
I did the next step in two hours, but if you're planning your meals beforehand, you can do this next step for up to 72 hours prior to cooking.
After rinsing turkey breasts, use about half of the minced garlic to spread evenly onto the top end of each tenderloin, tightly wrapping each individual slice with saran wrap.
In a skillet, prep your olive oil, cooking sherry, salt, pepper, and remaining garlic on a medium setting.
Once oil and spices start to gently sizzle, add your tenderloins. Ten minutes for each side on a medium setting, and ten minutes on medium low to simmer after searing each side.
Wild rice with cilantro was the side dish, and happy, full faces was the verdict. :)
Marci Lundy is the creator of 303 Home | Loft | Wellness, and the Founder and CEO of 303 Face | Body. When not creating scented body products, you may find her in the kitchen, creating scented food products. :)