I like to slice the breast meat real thin, bread it and fry it. Only a few seconds on each side or it will get tough, FAST.
Any way you cook chicken works for wild turkey but I think turkey cooks faster so be careful.
This is by no means an exact recipe but it really doesnt have to be to impress your diners.
Cut two turky breasts into cube approximately 1 inch by 1 inch. Store overnight in refridege marinating ceasar salad dressing in a ziploc bag approximately 12 hours.
In a skillet heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil and add breast chunks somewhat shaken of the excess dressing. At the same time add a bag of frozen fresh vegatables 3 tables spoons of butter and 1/2 teaspoon chopped fresh garlic.Cover and simmer for approximately 10 minutes or until vegetables are thawed. Add 1 sliced portabella mushroom stir in so shrooms are covered in juices and recover. Simmer 5 minutes.
At the same time cook 2 lbs of fettucinini noodles.
After draining noodles stir into 2 tablespoons of butter and mix in 1/2 cup grated parmesan or grated romano cheese and toss noodles. Top with turkey vegatable/ juice mix and serve. This is the kind of meal you cook non game eating folks and they say my goodness that is excellent what is it.
Couple notes high heat and over cooking ruin turkey meat. Simmer simmer simmer Served best with great garlic sour dough bread your choice of a complimetaary beverage and a great tossed ceasar sald with fresh toamatoes and garlic crutons.
Ive been stuck on that recipe for a good while now, I cook all my turkeys that way anymore. tried the breaded and fried stuff which is excellent as well but this turkey fettucini primavera concoction really brings wild turkey to your table justs as tender and super tasting as I have found in twenty+ years of cooking them without having to stoop to eating nugget type finger foods. Its an impressive looking and tasting meal..
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