Grilled Turkey Cutlets with Lemon and Thyme
Originally posted on RantingChef.com
1 package of turkey cutlets (4 cutlets or around 1 pound of meat)
1 lemon for juicing (and a slice or 2 for garnishing)
3-4 sprigs of fresh thyme (plus more for garnishing if desired)
Olive oil, for drizzling
Salt and pepper, for seasoning
Warm up a grill pan (around med/med-high) or fire up the outdoor grill.
Remove turkey cutlets from packaging and season one side with salt and pepper.
Lightly oil/grease the pan before placing the cutlets in the pan and seasoning the other side.
While cooking cutlets (which will cook for around 7 minutes on each side), remove leaves from thyme stems. You may even want to put aside a few more sprigs for garnishing.
Cut lemon in half. Cut and grill a lemon slice or two as well for flavor and garnishing (if desired).
When turkey is ready, move it to your plate/platter and lightly drizzle oil across all the pieces.
Squeeze your two lemon halves across all the pieces next, followed by sprinkling thyme leaves on top of each piece.
Serve and enjoy!