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Turkey Fillet Baked with Kiwi Recipe
There is no hurry, you can experiment with supplies in the refrigerator. I decided to cook Turkey fillet, but not simple, but with kiwi, olives and green peas. Here you have both meat and garnish. An interesting dish turned out, and you can serve it on the Easter table.
Cook Time 70 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 70 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. The Turkey fillet was one piece. Starting with a thin edge, cut it, and unfolded it like a book, salted SLIGHTLY, the usual norm of salt - 1 kg of meat 2 h. l., but I like to add to the finished dish, because "slightly". I pressed it down with a chopping Board and a yoke to make it more flexible. After 30 minutes, sprinkle with grated cheese... I decided it was time to experiment. I sliced kiwi, prepared olives, canned peas, ground paprika, a little instant gelatin (to glue the meat with my fillers, such a fine powder, not crystalline), black pepper, even melted cheese got under my hand...
    The Turkey fillet was one piece. Starting with a thin edge, cut it, and unfolded it like a book, salted SLIGHTLY, the usual norm of salt - 1 kg of meat 2 h. l., but I like to add to the finished dish, because "slightly". I pressed it down with a chopping Board and a yoke to make it more flexible. After 30 minutes, sprinkle with grated cheese... I decided it was time to experiment.
I sliced kiwi, prepared olives, canned peas, ground paprika, a little instant gelatin (to glue the meat with my fillers, such a fine powder, not crystalline), black pepper, even melted cheese got under my hand...
  2. On the edge of the flattened fillet, put kiwi slices, sprinkled with spices and powdered gelatin.
    On the edge of the flattened fillet, put kiwi slices, sprinkled with spices and powdered gelatin.
  3. I spread out plates of cheese, olives and peas on it.
    I spread out plates of cheese, olives and peas on it.
  4. Rolled into a roll.
    Rolled into a roll.
  5. And I thought that for the completeness of the experiment, I need a form in which I will bake.
    And I thought that for the completeness of the experiment, I need a form in which I will bake.
  6. Very convenient-put a bag with the product in it, bake it, just turn it. I wrapped the fillet in a bag for baking, tightly secured the edge with clamps included in the packages. Just in case, I wrapped it in a second bag.
    Very convenient-put a bag with the product in it, bake it, just turn it.
I wrapped the fillet in a bag for baking, tightly secured the edge with clamps included in the packages. Just in case, I wrapped it in a second bag.
  7. Put it in the form. To keep everything inside tight, I provided such hooks on springs. I fixed them in special holes on the bottom, pulled up the spring and fixed it on the top cover, through the slots in the cylinder. In General, the structure is well thought out! I put the ham in the pan (you can use any one that is convenient), and sent it to the oven, which I preheated to 150 degrees Celsius, do not go above t yet, let the meat warm up well, and after 30 minutes t added up to 200 degrees.
    Put it in the form. To keep everything inside tight, I provided such hooks on springs. I fixed them in special holes on the bottom, pulled up the spring and fixed it on the top cover, through the slots in the cylinder. In General, the structure is well thought out!
I put the ham in the pan (you can use any one that is convenient), and sent it to the oven, which I preheated to 150 degrees Celsius, do not go above t yet, let the meat warm up well, and after 30 minutes t added up to 200 degrees.
  8. After 40 minutes, I took the pan with the ham out of the oven. Did not save two packages, the juice still leaked somewhere (I think that I damaged the package for baking when I fixed the springs).
    After 40 minutes, I took the pan with the ham out of the oven. Did not save two packages, the juice still leaked somewhere (I think that I damaged the package for baking when I fixed the springs).
  9. Removed the springs and lid and shook the bag of meat out of the ham bin. As soon as possible, I removed the package from the meat, this is if you plan to eat the meat hot. If not, you can cool it in a bag, then put it in the refrigerator.
    Removed the springs and lid and shook the bag of meat out of the ham bin. As soon as possible, I removed the package from the meat, this is if you plan to eat the meat hot. If not, you can cool it in a bag, then put it in the refrigerator.
  10. Divide the hot fillet into several pieces, sprinkle with freshly ground hot pepper and salt to your taste, and serve with herbs and vegetables. Here is such an experiment!!!All health and Bon appetit!!!
    Divide the hot fillet into several pieces, sprinkle with freshly ground hot pepper and salt to your taste, and serve with herbs and vegetables.
Here is such an experiment!!!All health and Bon appetit!!!

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