Turkey, people, let's talk about turkey. I fell in love with turkey from the first time I had the opportunity to eat it. But it is not just for the winter season, anymore, it is for everyday use, in all possible forms.
I like the taste of turkey better than chicken, it also very lean meat, with lots of protein. My local grocery has it year around, minced, filet, whole breast, half breast, sliced thigh... Now, as the grilling season is upon us, they have even added it to their grill selection.
These sliced thighs of turkey are easy to prepare on many different ways, on the grill, on the frying pan, in the oven. I also love it, because it still has a little bit of bone, and when you are cooking it, the bone marrow gives the meat more flavor.
I took some onions, garlic, chili and paprika powder, salt, pepper and olive oil, took a stick mixer on it, and made a nice marinade for the turkey with a little heat on it. I set the slices in the oven, in a roasting bag, perfect way to hold on to the juices, and of course, clean up time is so much easier.
It didn't take a long time for them to be ready, about 30 minutes in the oven, just enough time to set the table, fix the salad, grill the corn, and be ready to eat as the meat came out of the oven. And it was a delicious!
Hope you are enjoying the summertime, outdoor cooking, and lovely taste experiences! Till next time
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
Books & Spoons does not purchase all the books reviewed on this blog. The website receives review copies of books from publishers, authors or their representatives, or third party services, such a NetGalley or Edelweiss.
The source of a book has no bearing on the outcome of the reviews. Books & Spoons is not monetarily compensated to provide an opinion/review on the books. The reviews and opinions expressed on this website are purely an honest, personal opinions of the reviewer.
By purchasing your books via the buy links from Amazon on the website, the four pennies on the dollar that Books & Spoons receive from the sale will go directly back to maintaining the website.