Crunchy Parmesan Turkey

Dwight Stewart



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12 oz
turkey tenderloin
3 Tbsp
panko bread crumbs
3 Tbsp
grated parmesan or romano cheese
3/4 tsp
dried italian seasoning, crushed
1/3 tsp
ground red pepper
egg white
1 Tbsp
12 oz
medium zucchini or yellow squash
halved lengthwise and thinly sliced
2 c
chunky tomato pasta sauce

How to Make Crunchy Parmesan Turkey


  • 1Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • 2Cut turkey tenderloin into 6 even pieces.
  • 3In a shallow bowl combine panko crumbs, grated cheese, Italian seasoning and ground red pepper.
  • 4In another shallow bowl slightly beat together egg white and water.
  • 5Dip tenderloin pieces in egg white mixture, then coat with crumb mixture.
  • 6Place turkey in a lightly greased baking pan.
  • 7Bake for 12-15 minutes until turkey is no longer pink, turning once.
  • 8Meanwhile, prepare pasta according to package directions.
  • 9During the last 2 minutes of cooking pasta, add zucchini or summer squash to pasta.
  • 10Drain mixture and set aside. Keep warm.
  • 11In a small saucepan heat pasta sauce.
  • 12To serve, arrange pasta and squash on dinner plates.
  • 13Top with turkey and sauce.

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About Crunchy Parmesan Turkey

Course/Dish: Turkey, Pasta
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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