Friday, October 14, 2011

Turkey Scaloppine with Cranberries

Mm, mm. The flavors of fall. This creamy, wine-infused cranberry turkey recipe is a simple and delicious dish, perfect for the season. Look out for these fresh cranberries! They're so darn sour. Biting into one, you get an burst of intense flavor. Little explosive flavor pockets. What is it in sour foods that makes your jaw cramp? Anyway, there's enough cream and wine to balance out the intensity of the cranberry.

First, slice the turkey breast into thin steaks, a.k.a. scaloppine. Then douse in flour with salt and pepper. Fry those in butter until browned on both sides. Remove from pan and add wine and cream. Add turkey back in a finish cooking.

The result is a pink and exciting fall meal. Enjoy!

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