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Memorial Day and summer are almost here, and that means it is time to fire up the grill and do some outdoor cooking! I want to branch out this year and make some new and different grilled recipes, like this recipe for Grilled Turkey Cutlets with Mango Salsa.
Turkey Cutlets are perfect for the grill, because they cook quickly and are tender and moist. This recipe uses a citrus marinade to flavor the cutlets and adds a Mango Salsa on top. Â The resulting dish is a little bit sweet and a little bit spicy!
This dish is quick and easy, which makes it perfect for summer grilling!
- ¼ c. orange juice
- ¼ c. soy sauce (low sodium)
- 2 cloves garlic
- ¾ t. chili powder
- 4 turkey cutlets
- 2 mangoes
- 1 cucumber
- ¼ c. red onion
- 1 red pepper
- 1 jalepeno pepper
- ½ c. cilantro
- 2 T. lime juice
- 1 T. apple cider vinegar
- Mince the garlic cloves, and then combine the garlic with the orange juice, soy sauce, and chili powder in a ziploc bag.
- Add the turkey cutlets and seal the bag and marinate the cutlets in the refrigerator for 2-8 hours.
- Preheat the grill to medium.
- Grill the turkey cutlets for about 8 minutes on each side, until the internal temperature reaches 165 F.
- While the cutlets are grilling prepare the salsa.
- Peel and chop the mango, and add it to a bowl with the peeled and diced cucumber and red onion.
- De-seed and finely chop the jalepeno pepper, and add to the bowl with the chopped cilantro.
- Whisk the lime juice and vinegar together and pour over the fruit and veggies and toss to mix.
- Serve the turkey cutlets topped with the mango salsa.
I used Shady Brook Farms turkey for my recipe – and I love their products because their turkeys are raised by over 700 independent farmers who raised them without growth-producing antibiotics. Â Turkey is also a lean, tasty substitution for summer foods traditionally prepared with beef or pork such as sausages and burgers.Â Look for the USDA Process Verified seal on packaging to know that your turkey was raised without growth-promoting antibiotics by farmers who care.
Right now Shady Brook Farms is sponsoring a recipe contest, and my recipe is one of the entrants in this Memorial Day Turkey Recipe Contest. You can vote for my recipe today through May 25th, and by voting you will be entered to win a prize for yourself.
Five contest voters will be selected at random to win an assortment of delicious Shady Brook Farms or Honeysuckle White ground turkey and sausage products, as well as some handy food-prep accessories. Â So vote below or on the websiteÂ here!
Have you tried turkey burgers or turkey cutlets on the grill?