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May 24, 2011 | 1 minute read

Quick & Easy Turkey

You don’t have to cook a whole turkey to enjoy it in a delectable dish. This week’s Health-e-Recipe uses turkey cutlets to make Sautéed Turkey Breast with mushrooms and shallots in mere minutes.

Skinless turkey breast supplies about 42 grams of lean protein but only about 5 grams of fat per cup (cooked and chopped). Here, it is prepared using healthy olive oil plus cancer-fighting mushrooms and shallots, a member of the onion family. Both these vegetables contain cancer-fighting phytochemicals, as do the parsley and lemon. Blended with mustard and Worcestershire sauce — two fat-free condiments that can do a lot for taste — you get a turkey meal to put on your list of favorites.

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