Ginger Teriyaki Turkey Breast Fillets

Lou Kostura


This is a healthy fast mid week dinner I do pretty regularly. Easy to prepare. I do this one on my gas grill in 30 minutes.

A great way to keep fresh ginger around is peel, cut into coins, and store in a jar filled with sherry. I keep a bottle of this in the fridge at all times. You would not believe how many uses you will find for a little ginger sherry.

This is also good cold sliced into strips on a salad.


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15 Min
30 Min


How to Make Ginger Teriyaki Turkey Breast Fillets


  1. add turkey and rest of ingredients to a zip lock bag, remove air and seal. marinade for 30 minutes up to overnight if you remember the day ahead. the longer the better. if you don't have the ginger sherry on hand just use sherry.
  2. heat gas grill to 500 degrees. sear 5 minutes on each side. baste with marinade when you flip them. turn off burner on one side and move to indirect heating. cook 10 minutes on each side again basting in between at around 325 degrees. total 30 minutes cook time
  3. remove and rest 10 minutes before slicing

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About Ginger Teriyaki Turkey Breast Fillets

Course/Dish: Turkey, Other Salads
Main Ingredient: Turkey
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy

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