From Caitlin’s Kitchen: Turkey Cutlets with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Shitakes
Number of Ingredients: 10
Number of Mistakes: 0
Recipe Courtesy of: Michael Symon
Oh, it has been sooo long! 9 months. I can’t believe it. To tell you the truth, I’ve been doing as much cooking as I have blogging, which is incredibly sad. I have a list of excuses, but none of them are truly valid, so let’s hope that this will be the restart I need!
So, Trey likes to watch The Chew. I know, shocking right? If I told you one of us was obsessed with that show, you’d assume it was me, right? Surprisingly I have never seen a full episode, but Trey has become an avid watcher. I guess I shouldn’t really complain as he was the one who found this recipe, (and also the one who made it, I know, I’m cheating) but it was just so gosh darn good I had to share it, even if I didn’t make it.
This is supposed to be Michael Symon’s take on what to do with turkey after thanksgiving, but hey, I’ll eat this any ole time. I was surprised to find already pounded turkey cutlets at my grocery store. The turkey was great, but you could easily make this with pounded chicken, or pork. The sun-dried tomatoes were lovely, and I’m kind of a marsalaholic, so this was just the perfect thing. We served this over mashed potatoes. (The twice baked potatoes in the picture were just a fun side project!)
5 turkey cutlets, pounded thin
1 cup sun-dried tomatoes, sliced
2 cups shitake mushrooms, sliced
1 shallot, sliced
1 cup Marsala (or madeira or any other wine)
6 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
Flour, for dredging
salt and freshly cracked pepper
Heat a saucepan yo medium high. Season your flour with salt and pepper. Dredge the turkey in the flour, and brush off an excess. Add three tablespoons of oil to each pan. Add the turkey and cook for about two minutes on each side, until golden brown.
Add the shallot and the mushrooms and stir to coat. Season with salt and pepper. Add the Marsala and the sun-dried tomatoes. Cook for about two minutes until the liquid had reduced a little. Add the butter to thicken. Finish with parsley.
Boomy in a food coma.