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In just 8 minutes you can serve this healthy turkey dinner. Keep prep time to a minimum with pre-sliced olives.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • 500g turkey breast, cut into slices
  • 10 pitted green olives
  • 10 pitted black olives
  • 1 ripe tomato
  • 1 bunch of parsley, chopped

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:8min ›Ready in:18min

  1. Heat oil and cook the turkey breast slices for about 8 minutes, till golden brown on both sides.
  2. In the meantime, cut the olives in rings so that you have thin slices with the hole in the middle. Remove seeds from the tomato and cut it into small cubes.
  3. Place the turkey on a serving dish and pour the scrapings from the pan where it was cooked over the turkey. Place the olives and tomato on top of the turkey. Sprinkle the chopped parsley over the turkey.

Tip

For even cooking, pound every turkey slice before cooking. You can use sage instead of parsley.

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  • 1 cup maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
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  • 1 1/2 gallons cold water
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  • 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
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  • 1 1/2 teaspoons black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
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  • 1 cup water
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  • 1 small apple, diced
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
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  • Kosher salt
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  • 1/2 cup water
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Pressure Cooker Turkey Breast with Marsala & Mushrooms

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  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper, plus more to taste
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  • 1/2 tsp cracked black pepper
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Lemon-Sage Roast Turkey Breast

Weight watcher friendly roasted turkey breasts are low in calories but big on flavor

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  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons lemon pepper
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Turkey Breast with Spinach-Feta Stuffing

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  • 1 tablespoon olive oil, divided
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  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1/2 cup (2 ounces) feta cheese, crumbled
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  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt, divided
  • 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 large egg white, lightly beaten
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  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/2 cup dry white wine
  • 3/4 cup fat-free, less-sodium chicken broth
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Hacking Olive Garden’s famous baked ziti would not be possible without a perfect clone of the chain’s popular five-cheese marinara sauce. I started with my previous hack of the plain marinara for Olive Garden’s Chicken Parmigiana and enhanced it with the addition of five kinds of Italian cheese and heavy cream.

Determining which five types of cheese are in a prepared sauce is tough without some insider assistance, so before cooking I focused my efforts on convincing a server to ask the chef for the list…and I got it! The blend of cheese used here in the sauce comes straight from the kitchen of my local Olive Garden. When you taste it you’ll know the intel was legit.

After the sauce is added to the pasta it’s topped with a cheese-and-breadcrumb mix called “ziti topping,” then it’s browned under a salamander (for the restaurant version) or a broiler (for your version). The result is a beautiful dish with great sauce and a cheesy topping that should satisfy even the pickiest baked ziti fanatics.

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Crafting a clone of Olive Garden’s signature Lasagna Classico became the perfect opportunity to create a beautiful multi-layered lasagna hack recipe that uses up the whole box of lasagna noodles and fills the baking pan all the way to the top. This Top Secret Recipe makes a lasagna that tips the scale at nearly 10 pounds and will feed hungry mouths for days, with every delicious layer copied directly from the carefully dissected Olive Garden original.

I found a few credible bits of intel in a video of an Olive Garden chef demonstrating what he claims is the real formula on a midday news show, but the recipe was abbreviated for TV and the chef left out some crucial information. One ingredient he conspicuously left out of the recipe is the secret layer of Cheddar cheese located near the middle of the stack. I wasn’t expecting to find Cheddar in lasagna, but when I carefully separated the layers from several servings of the original dish, there was the golden melted cheesy goodness in every slice.

This clone recipe will make enough for 8 big portions, but if you make slightly smaller slices this is easily enough food to fill twelve lasagna-loving bellies. If you like lasagna, you're going to love this version.

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I settled on cream as the dairy here after my attempts using milk and half-and-half resulted in thin and runny potatoes. I found that cream adds the perfect thickness and smooth richness to the mashers, and it made the closest duplicate.

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While the sauce cooks, filling your house with its intoxicating aroma, the chicken is breaded and browned. When the marinara is done, top the chicken with the sauce and mozzarella and stick it under your hot broiler until bubbling.

Hopefully, everyone at your house is hungry, because the Olive Garden dinner portion is two chicken fillets, and this recipe will yield a total of four 2-piece servings. Add a small serving of spaghetti on the side, topped with more of the delicious sauce, and you'll have a perfect match to the restaurant plate.

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If you’ve never roasted a whole turkey before (or you need a refresher), Canadian Turkey’s Whole Bird Turkey Calculator will help you figure out what size you need, thawing time, and cooking time. Then check out their Turkey Basics for step-by-step videos that will break down all the basics like how to buy, thaw, stuff, roast, and carve so you can master all the steps needed to make your perfect roast Thanksgiving bird. You might be surprised at how simple it can be!

I have to admit I’m partial to having a whole roast turkey on the table. Because leftovers, of course. Turkey sandwiches, turkey soup, turkey salad… yum! More turkey for my family, less cooking for me! If you need some ideas for all the delicious things you can make with your leftovers this year, check out Canadian Turkey’s Leftovers recipes for inspiration. Nothing boring about leftovers anymore!

But families today come in all shapes and sizes, and I love how many different ways there are to prepare a celebratory turkey dinner that will fit your needs. For a family of four, you could try roasting a half turkey instead. It’s just as delicious and festive as a whole bird, but half the size.

Or maybe you’re planning a smaller meal and need some inspiration. Check out this Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast recipe. Served with some new potatoes and veggies on the side, this creative and healthy dish will make a gorgeous Thanksgiving feast on a smaller scale.


Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast

One of my most favourite holidays is just around the corner – Thanksgiving! Sitting around the table enjoying turkey with family builds wonderful memories that last a lifetime. There are always smiles, laughter and engaging conversation during Thanksgiving and being with the ones we love most makes it a very special time of year.

When I think of Thanksgiving, I automatically think of Canadian Turkey and the wonderful aroma that fills the kitchen when cooking it. It’s the perfect time of year to gather family and friends together and enjoy a well thought out meal prepared with love. Turkey pairs so well with all of the favourite Thanksgiving sides and is a nice lean meat that not only makes Thanksgiving a success year after year, but provides days of leftovers for turkey sandwiches – yum!

Turkey is often cooked whole, but there are so many different ways to enjoy turkey. Using the turkey breast as a roast is a great way to feed a smaller, more intimate group of family and friends. It can be butterflied, rolled and roasted, and served with stuffing on the side to make it a perfect alternative to a whole turkey for a smaller crowd. It allows you to get creative with the filling and step Thanksgiving up a notch with an impressive turkey entree. It’s easy and delicious, and sure to be a showstopper on the table this Thanksgiving.

This Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast is packed full of flavour and is great for a group of 4-6 people. Full of aromatic flavours, it will tickle your senses and please the palate!

Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast

Serves: 4 – 6 people
Prep time: 45 mins.
Cook time: 60 – 75 mins.

Ingredients

3-4 lbs. large boneless Canadian turkey breast
1 tsp. olive oil
1 cup panko breadcrumbs
2 heads rapini
12-15 sundried tomatoes, diced
3 garlic cloves, sliced thinly
2 eggs, beaten
3 tbsp. Parmesan cheese
½ cup toasted pine nuts
½ cup white wine
½ tsp. each ground rosemary, sage and thyme
Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. Wash the rapini and trim the stems.
  2. Heat a large pot of salted water until boiling. Add the rapini and boil for 5 minutes until they are tender and cooked through. Drain and set aside to cool. Once the rapini have cooled, chop roughly.
  3. Butterfly the turkey breast. To butterfly, turn the turkey breast over, skin side down and lay it flat on your cutting board. Using a sharp knife, position it parallel to the meat. Cut through the thickest part of the breast along the full length of the breast but not all the way through, leaving about ¾ of an inch intact. Unfold so the meat opens like a book. Cover with plastic wrap and pound any thick areas with a meat mallet until the breast is fairly even in thickness.
  4. Season the turkey breast with salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle with herbs.
  5. Heat olive oil in a non-stick fry pan over medium heat. Add rapini, salt and pepper to taste and garlic. Sauté for 2 – 4 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool.
  6. To make the stuffing, add sundried tomatoes, rapini, panko, pine nuts, parmesan cheese and eggs to a bowl and mix to combine.
  7. Spread stuffing mixture evenly across turkey breast. Roll up into a roast and tie with butchers twine to secure.
  8. Place roast and wine in a roasting pan. Roast in the oven at 350°F for 1 hr. – 1 ¼ hr. until the roast is cooked through and a meat thermometer reads 165°F (74°C).
  9. Rest for 20 minutes before slicing and serving.

TIP: You can substitute any of your favourite greens for rapini in this recipe. Try using spinach or Swiss chard if you have these on hand. Leftover roast makes a great sandwich for lunch the next day. Take a piece of roast and some sliced tomatoes and serve in a bun.

Whether you are cooking a turkey whole or using smaller cuts of it, such as a half turkey or turkey breast, there are so many ways to enjoy it to cater to the size of crowd you are feeding. Don’t feel intimidated by cooking a whole turkey either. It really isn’t as hard as it might seem and the results are well worth it. Canadian Turkey has Turkey Basics Whole Turkey How-Tos to help you make this Thanksgiving memorable without the stress that can come with the preparation. They provide step-by-step videos to help you roast your turkey with less hassle.

I am so excited for Thanksgiving this year and have so much to be thankful for. I know we will enjoy Canadian Turkey on our table, as we do every year, and we will create even more memories to carry with us throughout the year until next Thanksgiving.

Check out Canadian Turkey for delicious recipes and ideas, how-to videos and more! They have everything you need to enjoy turkey in so many exciting, flavourful ways.

5 WAYS TO MASTER THANKSGIVING PREP AND PLANNING

  1. Get a head start on your meal! You can prep all of your staples like onions, celery and carrots up to 3 days beforehand. Dice and store in storage bags. Green beans, squash and salad greens can be washed, trimmed, and chopped beforehand. Store these in storage bags for ready-to-cook sides.
  2. For a large, crowd consider serving a buffet-style meal. Spread your dishes out in the kitchen or dining room and let people self-serve and mingle while they eat for an easier-to-serve, fun meal with a casual feel.
  3. To cut down on cooking time, cook your stuffing on the side. This way you can get more of your favourite crunchy bits while cutting down on cooking time in the oven.
  4. Plan ahead and make a ‘smart’ shopping list. Organize it by staples you can buy in advance and perishables you need to buy a few days before, then organize according to sections of the grocery store. This will make grocery shopping a breeze and save you precious time.
  5. Look for make-ahead sides that you can make a day or two beforehand and taste delicious re-heated. Bookmark a website with delicious and reliable turkey recipes and resources, like canadianturkey.ca, so you’re ready for the big day!

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