Fried Turkey Breast Recipe (Cooking Turkey Breast in the Pan)

Boneless fried turkey breast recipes – learn easy cooking turkey breast in the pan in 4 steps at home.

Basic turkey breast recipe for cooking boneless turkey with simple and tasty ingredients such as salt and ground black pepper and more.

Learn in this video how to make fried turkey breast using a tasty and easy turkey fillet recipe from scratch!

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What ingredients do I need for the fried turkey breast recipe? ❓

Raw Skinless Boneless Turkey Breast

1) 1.5 kg/50 oz of skinless boneless turkey breast
2) 100 ml/3.5 fl oz of olive oil
3) some salt to taste
4) some ground black pepper to taste (optional)

How to make a fried turkey breast in the pan from scratch? ❓

Fried Turkey Breast Recipe (Cooking Turkey Breast in the Pan)

Step 1: cut the turkey breast into strips and put them in the pan
Step 2: pour oil into the pan, season with salt, and fry the meat at a very high temperature until the turkey is browned (3 -5 min)
Step 3: flip the breast pieces and fry them evenly (2-3 min)
Step 4: take out the fried turkey breast from the pan and grind over some black pepper to taste (optional)

➡️ Tips about making the fried turkey breast recipe 🔎

Turkey breast enables us to cook some of the most refined food recipes. Not only is turkey breast included in the finest food recipes, but it is also very healthy (see more information at the bottom of the page).

Most often, turkey breast is cooked in the oven because it has solid fiber meat and the whole or turkey breast fillet needs time and intense heat to get tender. The cooking method in the oven allows us to make very tasty dishes with this ingredient, but it also requires a lot of time, which sometimes we do not have.

So how can you cook turkey breast faster but the dish be as tender and tasty as cooking it in the oven? Simple, by frying in a pan! Don’t raise your eyebrows in surprise, I will show you a method by which you can cook very fragile and juicy fried turkey breast in a pan!

By using my fried turkey breast recipe, not only will you get a very appetizing meal, but also the cooking time you need is very short!

Most of you live with the prejudice that the fried turkey breast is hard and dry. Yes, it is true, IF you do not cut the turkey breast into fillets of the right size, and DO NOT fry it at the right temperature!

My fried turkey breast recipe is very easy and you only have to do two things to get perfect results. The first is to cut the skinless boneless turkey breast into strips of about 1-2 fingers thickness.

The second secret is to fry the turkey fillets at a very high temperature. By this method, which is called searing (see below), an outer crust is quickly formed and seals the juice into the meat. Also, searing tenderizes the meat in a very short time, so you only need a few minutes to cook a turkey breast!

As for the spices used for the fried turkey breast recipe, they are basic. If you want and you have more time, you can marinate the turkey breast before frying using your favorite flavors.

Enjoy cooking the fried turkey breast recipe from scratch!

➡️ What is searing? 🔎

Not sure about what searing is? Just read below more information for better understanding this cooking technique.

Did You Know? Health Benefits

Searing (or pan searing) is a technique used in grilling, baking, braising, roasting, sautéing, etc., in which the surface of the food (usually meat: beef, poultry, pork, seafood) is cooked at high temperature until a browned crust forms. Similar techniques, browning and blackening, are typically used to sear all sides of a particular piece of meat, fish, poultry, etc. before finishing it in the oven. To obtain the desired brown or black crust, the meat surface must exceed 150 Â°C (300 Â°F), so searing requires the meat surface be free of water, which boils at around 100 Â°C (212 Â°F).

Although often said to “lock in the moisture” or “seal in the juices”, searing has been demonstrated[1] to result in a greater net loss of moisture versus cooking to the same internal temperature without first searing. Nonetheless, it remains an essential technique in cooking meat for several reasons:

– The browning creates desirable flavors through the Maillard reaction.

– The appearance of the food is usually improved with a well-browned crust.

– The contrast in taste and texture between the crust and the interior makes the food more interesting to the palate.

Searing (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Searing)

➡️ Health benefits of turkey ⚕️

Did You Know? Health Benefits

Turkey is a very rich source of protein, niacin, vitamin B6 and the amino acid tryptothan. Apart from these nutrients, it is also contains zinc and vitamin B12. The skinless white meat of turkey is low on fat and is an excellent source of high protein.

Turkey also contains anti-cancer properties. It is a very good source of the trace mineral selenium, which is an essential component required for thyroid hormone metabolism, antioxidant defense systems, and immune function. Scientific studies have suggested that selenium intake can bring down cancer incidence.

Light, skinless roasted turkey is low on saturated fat and total fat. It also contains less cholesterol than chicken, pork or beef.

Turkey is believed to have mood-enhancing properties. It contains tryptothan, which produces serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps improve your mood. Tryptothan also plays an important role in strengthening the immune system, as suggested by scientific evidence.

The vitamin B6 and niacin present in turkey are essential for energy production in the body. Niacin is also important for converting the proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the body into usable energy.

Being a rich source of vitamin B6, turkey facilitates methyl donation in the basic cellular process of ‘methylation’. Through this process methyl groups are transferred from one molecule to another which results in the formation of a wide range of active molecules that are important for the body.

The tryptothan present in turkey is effective in treating chronic insomnia. It promotes sleep and is therefore, recommended to those suffering from insomnia.

Health benefits of eating turkey (https://www.turkeyfed.com.au/about-turkey/health-benefits/)

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