Delicious, healthy recipe

October 4, 2009

I made this last night and it was so good, I had to share. And simple to prepare.

Turkey Cutlets with Red Onion Relish

8 turkey cutlets
large red onion
3 Tbsp cider vinegar
3 Tsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt
2 Tsp olive oil, extra virgin
seasoned pepper

Slice a red onion thinly.
Saute in 1 Tsp olive oil for 15 minutes on Medium or Medium-Low, till almost limp. Should still have a bit of crunch but not a lot.
Add 3 T of cider vinegar, 3 T of sugar and 1/4 teaspoon salt.
Simmer 5 minutes.
Remove from pan and set aside.

Season turkey cutlets with seasoned pepper and a little salt.
In same skillet, add the other Tsp olive oil.
Cook seasoned cutlets on Medium to Medium low till cooked through.
Turn once. Be sure to test so as to not overcook.

Plate and cover with cooked onions.

The seasoning on the cutlets and the cooked onions with sweet/sour and a teensy bit of crunch made this dish delicious.

I served this with broiled very thin asparagus (tossed with olive oil and salted before putting it under the broiler) and brussel sprouts to reduce carb count. It would be great with a sweet potato or a baked potato. Or rice.

And a crisp, cold white wine.

Yummy stuff.

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