I've had a break through in the flavor department: turkey breast cutlets. As best I can tell, its basically just turkey breast that's cut off the bone and then in half to make equal size pieces. Regardless of how it becomes at cutlet, after cooking it the other day I'm a little upset that no one suggested it to me before! I happen to come across them at Food Lion and thought I'd try Turkey Parmesan (totally winging it, no recipe or anything!).
I started out by whacking them a little to make them more consistent in size, I see them do this on the food network a lot I think so that they cook consistently but also because it's kind of fun. Then all I did was coat them with Italian style breadcrumbs (that have been sitting in the pantry since the cooking disaster that was my salmon 'cakes'), heat some olive oil in a pan and cook them up. It took about 5 minutes per side to get them done and a little browned, I think next time I may cook them a little longer (and quit compulsively moving them around) so the get more of a crust on the outside. I made spaghetti to go on the side, used a little of the sauce on top of the turkey and sprinkled it all with parmesan. Oh, and keeping with the healthy theme I steamed a single serving pack of Brussels sprouts and ta da:
The Verdict: Turkey has WAY more flavor than chicken! Seriously, if you can find these cutlets (I don't think all stores carry them since this is the first time I'd seen them), stock up. I'm going to try them as substitutes in a few other chicken based recipes in the future and see what happens.