- Servings Per Recipe: 8
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 80.1
- Total Fat: 0.9 g
- Cholesterol: 24.4 mg
- Sodium: 797.6 mg
- Total Carbs: 11.0 g
- Dietary Fiber: 0.3 g
- Protein: 9.7 g
PrairieHarpy's Spicy Blackberry Turkey CutletsSubmitted by: PRAIRIEHARPY
IntroductionProtein loaded, easy, and spicy! Protein loaded, easy, and spicy!
1 pound turkey breast cutlets, boneless, skinless
3/4 c sugar free blackberry preserves (I use Polaner)
1/2 c reduced carb ketchup
2 Tbsp red wine vinegar (I use Pompeian)
1 tsp worcestershire sauce
2 tsp chipotle chili powder (I use McCormick)
cooking spray (I use Mazola)
Lightly coat a 13 x 9 inch pan with cooking spray. Place turkey cutlets in pan, in a single layer.
In a medium bowl, combine the remaining ingredients. Pour resulting sauce evenly over turkey cutlets.
Bake for 1 hour or until Turkey is at safe and desired temperature.
Recipe makes 4 "regular people" servings or 8 "ladylike" half servings. It is calculated for 8 servings. (About 1/2 a turkey cutlet per person.)
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NOTE!!!! This is a SPICY recipe!!! You may use less chipotle chili powder, regular chili powder, or no chili powder at all to get desired level of spiciness.
VERSATILE! This recipe also works with boneless pork chops and boneless skinless chicken. Even a combo of all 3 meats to please everyone. The leftover sauce can be used for any number of other quick throw-together meals that week. :)
This would probably do very well in a slow cooker at 8 hours on low. Throw the whole mess in and let her rip! I have not tried it yet, but I will next time!
Number of Servings: 8
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user PRAIRIEHARPY.
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This was good! I didn't have enough preserves so I added some honey. All I had was regular chili powder but I will definately look into chipotle chili powder because it wasn't quite spicy enough for me. I also threw in a red onion, red potatoes and cooked it in a crock pot. - 9/1/10
I tasted this dish - made by PrairieHarpy herself! It's really good, especially if you like a little spicy-hot in your recipes. I could also see this being really good with Polaner's All Fruit Apricot preserves. Apricot blends nicely with the spiciness of the chilis. - 7/13/08
Reply from PRAIRIEHARPY (7/14/08)
Thanks. :) Let me know how the apricot turns out. I used about 3 tsps of the chipotle powder tonite@!