Recipe by Gillian
"An easy way to dress up turkey breast. Serve with a salad or colorful vegetables for a complete meal. Other herbs, such as chervil and tarragon, also work well in this recipe."
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prepared brown mustard
quick cooking oats
2 (6 ounce) fillets
1 (6 ounce) container
fat-free plain yogurt
whole grain mustard
salt and ground black pepper to taste
This is a nice low fat recipe. I used equal parts bread crumbs and oats and I think this would have been quite bland with just the oats, however the sauce is very yummy and you could serve it on plain turkey and it would be yummy regardless. I think the dry mixture could use some work, but this is a good recipe to use as a start.
This was a good basic recipe, but like other reviewers I made modifications. I used about half oatmeal and half Italian bread crumbs and added 1/4 c wheat germ. I also used 1/2 yogurt and 1/2 milk and the mustard. To try to prevent the crumb topping from drying out I also spray the top of it with EVOO. A great healthy dish!
This was tasty. I used ground lean turkey formed into patties because my grocery store was out of turkey breasts. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly, and these turned out very tasty. Pretty low in fat, but still satisfying. The sauce was yummy too, and I put it on the side for dipping. I'll make this again.
This was great! Me and my boyfriend really loved it. I changed the recipe a bit. I substituted sour cream for yogurt and chicken breasts for turkey. I also poured the mustard/milk mixture in the pan with the chicken while it cooked and it came out juicy and flavourful. We had it over brown rice. I will definitely make this one again.
Good but we thought the herbs were a little overpowering. 1/2 the amount called for would be better with perhaps a little garlic salt. I used 1/2 oats and 1/2 panko bread crumbs, which created a nice texture. I also let the turkey soak in the milk mixture for about 5 mins for added moisture. I didn't have yogurt so used sour cream thinned out with a little milk. The sauce was very tasty.
Great! The sauce is fantastic and so very easy. I did do as another reviewer suggested and used half oats half organic italian breadcrumbs. Will make it again.
Sooo good!! We espcially loved it with the sauce -- don't skip it or you'll miss out. I might use a little less of the sage/rosemary spice next time, but this was such a tasty, healthy recipe. I highly recommend it!
Very quick and easy to make and yet very yummy. Was fabulous with fresh sage and rosemary. I'm not a big mustard fan, but I really liked this ( I didn't use the yogurt-mustard seed dipping sauce, I used ranch dressing ). I have made this at least once a week and sometimes use chicken instead of turkey.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oat and Herb Encrusted Turkey
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 61
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