Tarragon is the secret ingredient in the honey-mustard coating for these quick-cooking turkey cutlets. It adds lovely licorice notes that elevate without overwhelming.
Although this recipe had a nice blend of flavors, I was a little disappointed based on the previous reviews. I used turkey tenderloins but didn't pound them thin enough so I had to cook the cutlets longer but I don't think that affected the flavor. DH wasn't thrilled with it so it is not a recipe I would make again.
This dish was absolutely outstanding! I was careful to buy a quality whole grain mustard and it was well worth it. The "cutlets" I used were turkey breast tenderloins sliced and pounded as instructed. The dish was prepared as written and was excellent. Thank you for another excellent recipe FC.
This was excellent. My husband and I both loved it. Didn't change a thing.
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