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Turkey Medallions and Hawaiian Bread
By Monica Resinger, Editor The Homemaker's Journal

One meal planning challenge for me has been to `lighten up' for my family's 
and my health. My husband and I were both raised on `meat and potatoes' so it 
has been a difficult change. But we are making gradual progress. 

One way to lighten up is by substituting ground turkey for ground beef. To 
us, this is a huge taste difference and hard to get used to when we're used to 
the ground beef flavor. However, I have found recipes made especially for 
ground turkey and they are much better. The `Turkey Medallions With Orange 
Sauce' recipe you'll find below is one such recipe. It is delicious and is 
almost a complete meal by itself with the meat and vegetables. But to round the 
meal out and make it more filling, serve it with `Hawaiian Bread' (recipe 
below) or thickly sliced French bread from the local bakery that has been 
in the oven. If you are trying to lighten up, go easy on the butter (if any at 

The Meal: 

Turkey Medallions with Orange Teriyaki Sauce 
Your choice of bread 

Turkey Medallions with Orange Teriyaki Sauce
2 Tsp olive oil 
1/2 of a small onion -- minced 
1 celery stalk -- minced 
1/2 Tsp Salt 
1/2 Tsp Ground Ginger 
1 Lb lean ground turkey 
2 Tsp prepared Horseradish 
chopped parsley 
6 small carrots cut in 1-inch pieces 
1/4 Lb Pea Pods 
1/3 C Orange Juice 
1 Tbsp Teriyaki Sauce 
1 Tsp Flour 
Parsley Sprigs For Garnish 

1. In 1 quart saucepan over medium high heat, in olive oil, cook celery, 
onion, salt & ground ginger till tender. 

2. In medium bowl, mix ground turkey, vegetable mixture, horseradish & 1 tbsp 
chopped parsley till blended. Shape mixture into 8, 3-inch round medallions. 

3. In 12" skillet over medium high heat, in 1 tbsp hot olive oil, cook 
medallions till golden brown on both sides & turkey loses pink color, about 10 
minutes. Arrange on platter, keep warm. 

4. Meanwhile, in 3-quart saucepan over high heat in 1" boiling water heat 
carrots to boiling. Reduce heat to low; cover & simmer 5 minutes or till 
tender-crisp. Stir in pea pods & cook, covered, 2 minutes. Drain. Arrange 
with turkey on platter. In a cup mix orange juice, teriyaki sauce, flour, 1 
tbsp chopped parsley & 1/3 cup water till smooth; stir into skillet over high 
heat to boiling stirring to loosen bits. Boil 1 minute. Pour over medallions. 

Hawaiian Bread for the bread machine 
This is for a 1 1/2 lb loaf 

Mash 1 overripe banana in a 1 cup measuring cup. Finish filling with crushed 
1 egg 
1/4 cup milk 
1/2 tsp salt 
1/3 cup sugar 
1/2 cup potato flakes 
3 cups bread flour 
4 Tbsp margarine 
1 1/2 tsp quick yeast 

Add ingredients according to your machine's instructions. Bake in bread 
machine on light. 

Hope you enjoy this meal. 


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