Turkey Breast with Spinach-Feta Stuffing

  • mf245001 Posted: 12/01/09
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    SERIOUSLY, really good! My fiance even raved about it, and I don't think he's ever raved about a cooking light recipe before. I followed the recipe exactly. Even the sauce was delicious! I'll probably make the sauce again to go along with other poultry dishes.

  • ACEJAC Posted: 05/19/09
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    This was a fabulous recipe. Followed the exact recipe with no substitutions...except more wine...and my husband and I loved it. Definitely one that we will repeat. It only made four servings though, not the suggested eight.

  • Grace1973 Posted: 09/24/12
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    The taste of this recipe is FANTASTIC. I made it exactly as specified with only a couple of omissions. I did not add the bread crumbs to the cheese and spinach filling and I did not use cornstarch to thicken it because I didn't want the additional carbs. I was just extra careful when I rolled it up to ensure the ends were tucked in. I then tied it very thoroughly with kitchen twine. While it roasted in the oven, I put two fresh sprigs of rosemary in the broth (I actually used stock because it was all I had on hand so I added a teaspoon of sea salt to it) and then took them out when the turkey was done. I removed the turkey from the pan and then simply turned the heat up to high and let the sauce naturally reduce. I added two tablespoons of butter instead of one. On a side note, it took about an hour for this to cook at our house, so make sure you cook it through!

  • dabears4 Posted: 12/26/13
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    Made this for Christmas dinner. My husband liked it so much that he told me I could make it for New Years Day dinner too. It didn't even need the gravy all though the gravy was really good too.


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