Recipe by CUPYCAKESMURF
"These lean turkey patties are topped with a sweet and sour sauce that is sure to please even the pickiest eaters!"
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ground black pepper
I thought it was very, very good. It is simple and very different. I was a little bit concerned about the sauce at first. It doesn't taste all that great prior to cooking; however the way the sauce bakes into the meat is fantastic. I will make this again without a doubt.
It wasn't bad but it tasted like ketchup and we are not ketchup people. I didn't us any oil, I think it should be omitted all together. Next time I'll just make my own sauce from a sauce recipe.
This was very good, but too oily. I will definitely make it again but cut the oil at least in half.
It was hit!
I did make one change, and that is I didn't add the oil at all, seeing as I don't think its necessary and it tasted just fine! I had rice on the side with it so that I could eat some of the meat and sauce with the rice....sssooooo good! This will be in my dinner rotation!
i don't know what the last lady was talking about i thought this recipe was great, i made it in the form of meatballs and served it in rolls. it was a big hit.
I made little meatballs and put them in the oven covered in the sauce from the start. Served with rice. Raves from all the fam. My 6 year old was in anguish when she saw very few were left in the pan. They were licking their plates! I also used 1/2 the oil, will eliminate next time. No other changes.
Great recipe - thanks for posting. 1. I followed previous advice and used less oil - no huge loss of flavour and much healthier. 2. I accidentally left the pan in the oven while preheating...worked out great because the turkey patties ended up perfectly browned on BOTH sides...no need to flip and cuts down baking time. Yummy and husband repeated requesting it now :-)
Not bad! Think I might double the sauce next time. I also used a whole lot let oil.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet and Sour Turkey Patties
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 230
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