Hello and Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the U.S.A!
For this event, we have decided to give you an amazing recipe to try out, specially if you do not feel like roasting the whole bird or want to try your turkey in a different way this year.
ideally served with mashed potatoes and all the normal thanksgiving sides :-)
600gr/1.5 lb Turkey breast
1 glass of white wine
50gr/4Tablespoons of grated parmisan cheese
A bit of flour
Grated truffle (white or black) or 2 tablespoons of truffle oil
salt and pepper
With a meat hammer, flatten out the turkey breast and cover each slice with flour, then preheat a pan with butter on medium fire.
Put the slices in and let them saute' in the pan on both sides 2 or 3 minutes per side, add the white wine, salt and pepper as you please.
Keep cooking again for another 10 minutes (5 per side), then lower the flame and add top the turkey with the parmisan, cover
all with a lid and let the parmisan melt. Once it has melted, turn off fire, grate truffle on the turkey or add truffle oil and serve!
This is a great recipe if you are looking for something different to do, and you can even work this out with the next day turkey leftovers,
you just reheat all in a pan (taking skin off) with a little bit of wine and add cheese and truffle.