As fall rolls in, I start to make “comfort food” meals. Except, I know my mom’s comfort food isn’t always the most healthiest of meals. Don’t get me wrong, who doesn’t love mom’s dinners? But, I am trying to show my kids that you can cut back in some areas which allows you to sometimes splurge in others. One of these healthy meals is turkey and gravy! So when #Jennie-O sent me these boneless Turkey Breast Tenderloins, I wanted to see what kind of comfort meal I could make out of extra lean turkey tenderloins.
So I started with Jennie-O’s great recipe collection for this product. Their site is quiet helpful for planning out your weekly menu. I found Roast Pepper and Turkey Stroganoff, which gave me my inspiration. My kids probably would not eat the red peppers, so I had to improvise. I ended up using a Golden Mushroom can of soup. Added additional mushrooms and then fresh spinach. It turned out great and the kids were asking for seconds. To me, that is always the proof it was good.
Why don’t you try it and let me know what you think?
- Jennie-O Turkey Breast Tenderloins
- 1 can Golden Mushroom soup
- 1 8oz package of fresh white mushrooms, cleaned
- 2 c fresh baby spinach, cleaned
- 1 tsp of tomato and chicken bouillion (or tomato paste)
- ¾ c cooked Riesling wine or chicken broth (optional)
- Parmesaen cheese
- 2 cups of egg noodles
- Start water for noodles and cook as directed on package.
- Cook the mushrooms in a large pan until browned. Place on plate.
- Sprinkle small amount of salt and pepper on tenderloins, browning on all sides. When browned on all sides, slice into large medallions. Finish cooking to 165 degrees. Remove to mushroom plate.
- Pour in Riesling (chicken broth) and deglaze pan. Reducing to half. If not using just add a little water before adding soup, then skip additinal water.
- Add Golden Mushroom soup. May need to add ¼-1/2 cup water to thin out.
- Add tomato boullion or paste.
- Bring to boil. Reduce. Add back in turkey and musrooms. Simmer.
- Thrown spinach on top of turkey/ mushroom mixture and cover until spinach is wilted.
- Combine. Salt and pepper to taste.
- Serve over noodles and top with parm cheese.
I was provided Boneless Turkey Breast Tenderloins in order to do this review. The opinions of this site are of my own.