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Turkey with Blueberry Pan Sauce

August/September 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Blueberries have just the right mix of acid and pectin so that they're terrific in both sweet and savory dishes. They work especially well with thyme - so this easy turkey saute can be a delight whenever the berries are in season. To make this dish into a meal, dress some quick-cooking barley with lemon and pepper and offer steamed green beans on the side.



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"My three year old gobbled this up! "
Turkey with Blueberry Pan Sauce

4 Reviews for Turkey with Blueberry Pan Sauce

12/19/2011
Wow, SO incredible!

I made this tonight for my husband and myself, cutting the recipe in half but using 2 Tbsp. of balsamic vinegar, a tad more shallot, and dried thyme and I omitted using the flour. My husband and I were speechless!! It was SO flavorful; sweet yet savory and a great dish!! It was incredibly easy to put together (came together from start to plate in about 35 minutes!) yet impressive enough for company. I served it with a brown/wild rice pilaf...a great meal! Don't expect the dish to look like the picture on the recipe, though; the blueberries burst open and don't keep their shape at all.

Easy, Fast, FABULOUS!
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10/22/2010
Anonymous

My three year old gobbled this up!

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05/03/2010
Anonymous

I found that some additional chopped shallots and a touch more vinegar rounded out the sweetness of the blueberries a bit better for our personal taste, and overall it is a FANTASTIC recipe!

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11/09/2009
Anonymous

Very easy, tasty, good for company

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