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from US Turkey Breast with Dried Fruits Category : Cold Meat Dishes Chef : Luc Dernaucourt Ingredients for 10 portions 1.3 kg Turkey breast boneless, oven-ready 45 g Apricots dried 48 g Prunes dried, pitted 100 g Figs dried / apples 100 g Walnut kernels or Pecan nuts 20 g *Seasoning Salt for Poultry 2 g Sage 75 g Clarified butter 1 dl Dry white wine 3 dl *Poultry Aspic METHOD Dice dried fruits. Chop the nuts. Mix fruits and nuts marinate with rum. Make two holes lengthwise into the turkey breast. Start with a sharp, long knife, and enlarge the opening with a sharpening steel. Stuff turkey breast cavities with the fruit and nut mixture. Tie the breast with butcher twine to get an elongated, even piece. - Season turkey breast with salt, pepper and sage. Sautee breast in butter then roast in oven until the temperature in the center reaches 160°F (70°C). It is recommended to cook slowly the turkey breast but in no ways over cook it. Remove breast from the oven, place on gridle and chill. Glaze/aspic: Drain the cooking pan off fat. Add white wine, scrap bottom to dissolve drippings. Add poultry aspic and bring to boil. Strain through an etamine and remove any remaining fat. Adjust seasoning Cover up the chilled turkey breast with this sauce Slice and serve in platter or individual plate with appropriate garnishes. Note: Suitable garnishes are: poached apple halves with red currant jelly, poached apple slices with chestnut purée and glazed chestnuts, pear halves poached in red wine.

Turkey Breast with Dried Fruits


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Turkey Breast with Dried Fruits

Category : Cold Meat Dishes
Chef : Luc Dernaucourt

Ingredients for 10 portions

1.3 kg
Turkey breast boneless, oven-ready
45
g Apricots dried
48
g Prunes dried, pitted
100
g Figs dried / apples
100
g Walnut kernels or Pecan nuts
20
g *Seasoning Salt for Poultry
2
g Sage
75
g Clarified
butter
1 dl
Dry white wine
3 dl *
Poultry Aspic

METHOD

Dice dried fruits. Chop the nuts. Mix fruits and nuts marinate with rum.
Make two holes lengthwise into the
turkey breast. Start with a sharp,
long knife, and enlarge the opening with a sharpening
steel.
Stuff
turkey breast cavities with the fruit and nut mixture.
Tie the breast with butcher twine to get an elongated, even piece.

- Season
turkey breast with salt, pepper and sage. Sautee breast in butter
then
roast in oven until the temperature in the
center reaches 160°F (70°C).
It is recommended to cook slowly the
turkey breast but in no ways over cook
it. Remove breast from the oven, place on gridle and chill.

Glaze/aspic:
Drain the cooking pan off fat. Add white
wine, scrap bottom to dissolve drippings.
Add
poultry aspic and bring to boil. Strain through an etamine and remove any
remaining
fat.

Adjust seasoning
Cover up the chilled
turkey breast with this sauce Slice and serve in
platter or individual plate with appropriate garnishes.

Note: Suitable garnishes are: poached
apple halves with red currant jelly,
poached
apple slices with chestnut purée and glazed chestnuts, pear halves
poached in
red
wine.



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