I didn't care for this recipe. Sounded so good from the description. But I found it much too tart for my tastebuds. I think the combo of the lemon juice, wine and capers was just too much. Disappointed and I won't make it again.
Delicious first effort to cook with turkey cutlets. I was out of fresh garlic, so added garlic powder to the dredging flour. Excellent
My boys and husband devoured this turkey! It will definitely be in the rotation! I used 2 lbs of Turkey and doubled the sauce. I think I will make extra sauce next time and cook 3 lbs. There were NO leftovers! Couple of adjustments, I omitted the butter and just stayed with the olive oil and dredged in gluten free flower. I also used Turkey Tenderloins and sliced them in half to make them thinner. We didn't miss the extra fat or gluten:-)
This is a very good recipe. It was delicious and easy to make. You can't ask for more than that. I agree it could be used as a weeknight meal or a meal for a special occasion. I served mine with sliced potatoes and fresh spinach.
This is a tasty, relatively easy recipe that my husband enjoyed and that I would make again. served with wild rice and veggie. Nice, simple dish. I did reduce the lemon juice as I didn't want the lemon to be overpowering.
Love this dish. Simple enough for a week night meal, yet elegant enough for a Holiday Dinner with family. Turkey cutlets are not as easily available as chicken, so I often substitute. Serve with a simple pasta dish and green veggie for a light but filling meal.