Turkey tenderloins are the tender strip of white meat hidden under the turkey breast. You can buy them “as is” or seasoned. Because they are low in fat, they can dry out quickly if not cooked properly. I sliced mine and simmered in chicken broth to keep it moist, but apparently using a dry rub and grilling works great. Next time! Serve with raw organic carrots (yummy flavor) and toasted sourdough with garlic butter for an easy summertime meal.
Mrs. Dash seasoning (or seasoning of your choice)
Butter (get the real stuff!)
Fresh garlic, crushed
Slice the turkey into ¼ inch slices. Pour chicken broth into large skillet until broth is about 1 inch in height. Use more or less broth depending on your pan size and the amount of turkey you are cooking. Simmer over medium-low heat about 30 minutes. Use meat thermometer to make sure final temperature is at least 165 degrees.
Melt butter and combine with crushed garlic. Toast the sourdough and spread butter/garlic mixture over it when done. No need to turn on the oven when it’s hot!
Now…. Breathe, relax, and mindfully enjoy this meal. Give thanks and express gratitude for the food that nourishes your body.