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Turkey with Apple Slices

"Any day can be 'Turkey Day' when you make this smaller-scale main course from Mary Lou Wayman of Salt Lake City, Utah. Her moist tasty tenderloins--and tangy apple glaze--offer the goodness of turkey in a hurry without a fridge-filling surplus."
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15 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. In a large skillet, cook turkey in butter over medium heat for 4-5 minutes on each side or until the juices run clear. Remove from the skillet; cover and keep warm. In the same skillet, combine the syrup, vinegar, mustard and bouillon. Add the apple; cook and stir over medium heat for 2-3 minutes or until apple is tender. Spoon over turkey.

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Very good! I suggest to double the glaze and add sweet onions or red onion to the glaze. Tart apples are a the best choice however for a mild flavor use a sweeter apple. I served beets and green...

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You have to make way more sauce than what the recipe calls for. It was ok, nothing to brag about. I used the red wine vinegar and water with granny smith apples.

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Very good! I suggest to double the glaze and add sweet onions or red onion to the glaze. Tart apples are a the best choice however for a mild flavor use a sweeter apple. I served beets and green...

This is the best. Sorry, I've never made it with turkey, but use boneless, skinless chicken breasts and canola oil instead of butter. This is sooooo easy to make and tastes out of this world.

A big hit with my boyfriend... I doubled the sauce and added half an onion, a hint of cinnamon, and some lemon juice. Delicious!

pretty darn good. I added diced onions with the apples and tripled the glaze

Well, I'm not sure about this one. My husband liked it, but I couldn't decide if I liked the maple syrup/vinegar combo in the glaze. However, it was a quick and easy recipe.

This was a great dish and super easy to make. I did double the sauce. Big hit with the Hubby!!!!

You have to make way more sauce than what the recipe calls for. It was ok, nothing to brag about. I used the red wine vinegar and water with granny smith apples.