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Only 23 more days until Thanksgiving, but who’s counting!?! For being the biggest foodie of all times, Thanksgiving is one meal I never seem too cook! Once again we will be jetting off to visit family and they will be doing all of the cooking while I sit back with a glass of champagne in my hand, enjoying some family time.
Since I do live in the middle of no where with family living thousands of miles away, cooking a huge turkey on Thanksgiving can be pretty wasteful unless a weeks worth of Turkey sandwiches are your jam! I know after day two, I’m turkeyed our! When hubby and I are home for turkey day, we usually go the turkey tenderloin route. Buy a double pack. That way we each have enough turkey for dinner and more for later!!! This is my very traditional, Turkey Breast Tenderloins recipe. Exactly how I would cook a giant turkey and just as juicy! Enjoy!!
• 2 Turkey Tenderloins ( 1 1/2-2lbs Package)
• 1/2 TSP Black Pepper
• 3/4 TSP Salt
• 1 TSP Garlic Powder
• Melted Butter
Preheat your oven 400°F. Place turkey tenderloins in baking dish. Smother in butter. Make sure you coat the turkey and there is a little bit of butter at the bottom of the baking dish. The turkey will soak the butter up while baking!
Sprinkle with 3/4tsp salt, 1/2tsp pepper, 1 tsp garlic.
Place rosemary on top of each turkey tenderloin. Roast for about 45 minutes or until a cooking thermometer registers 161°F.
Allow the turkey breast tenderloins to rest for 10-15 minutes before slicing and serving.
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I had no idea that it was even possible to buy turkey like this! I've only ever seen chicken sold this way. My boys like turkey but we tend to only have it at the holidays. I'll have to take a look next time I'm at the store for turkey like this to try the recipe.
11/5/2019 08:41:22 pm
This looks so simple and so tasty! I plan to make this this weekend for the family - thank you!
11/6/2019 07:01:14 am
I love turkey breast cooked so I can’t wait to try this one! Looks so yummy.
11/6/2019 09:57:47 am
Turkey is usually only served during festive season at our home. I didn't know you could cook something simple like this too, will definitely love to try this.
11/6/2019 10:40:23 am
I know my ex mother in law did something like this once. It really was delicious. I will have to try this out for myself. Maybe for this Thanksgiving.
11/6/2019 11:55:47 am
Oh I love this idea. My husband and are have been debating what to do as it's the first year we aren't going home. Making it small enough is an awesome idea.
11/6/2019 02:43:59 pm
Love how simple this is. Seems like a perfect recipe for when you're craving turkey but don't want to cook a whole one.
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