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Starts off with preparation. Soaked brests over night in salted water. Next day rinsed the best off in cold clean water and cut into 1/2 strips and soaked again for another day "rinsing every 4 to 6 hours in cold water." Important to keep submerged in cold water. This is the same way I age duck. If you can get the mudd out of the duck you can make turkey taste amazing.

Next this recipe is for 4 4oz turkey pieces so if you have more turkey you need to adjust accordingly.

4 (4oz) turkey pieces

2 egg whites beaten

1/3 cup seasoned bread crumbs. I used western family Italian style.

2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese. Again used western family

1 tablespoon butter

1 tablespoon olive oil

Lemon wedges

Salt and pepper

Heat butter and oil on medium heat

Mix cheese and breadcrumbs

Salt and pepper turkey pieces if you like I didnt.

Dip turkey in the egg whites and then dip into breadcrumbs.




Place in butter oil and cook 6 minutes a side.


I served mine with garlic powered, red potatoes and beans.


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I think her bird was old but it was so tender and full of juice you could cut it with a fork. Typically arround thanksgiving I'm not a turkey breast fan because they seem to be dry. This was way different.

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