With all the herbs in my garden, I needed to make a meal using at least some overgrown parsley. So, I decided to do a Turkey Breast London broil recipe with Parsley Rub on a cast iron skillet. I just purchased a cast iron skillet that doesn't have a handle, so I can use it on the grill and in the oven. Something similar to this one from Amazon.
Now, let's get to this Turkey Breast London Broil recipe.
Turkey Breast London Broil Recipe Ingredients
1 lb Turkey Breast boneless London Broil cut
2 cups fresh parsley
4 cloves of garlic
½ cup grated Romano cheese
1 tablespoon Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper to taste
(I served it with roasted russet potatoes and broccoli florets. The recipe is at the end of the post.)
Note: If you can't find a turkey breast London Broil cut, you can use chicken or turkey breasts. Be sure to adjust how long the cooking time will be.
Cast iron skillet
Turkey Breast London Broil Recipe Instructions:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Add cleaned parsley with little stems in a food processor. Add garlic, Romano cheese, salt, and pepper to the food processor. Turn it on and add olive oil until it becomes a paste.
Add to both sides of the turkey.
Now, Heat up the cast iron skillet. Add the turkey breast with tongs. Sear on both sides for 3 minutes each side.
Put in the oven for 20 minutes or until cooked. Turn over halfway through the cooking process.
Pull out and let sit for 10 minutes, covered with foil.
I served it with roasted potatoes and broccoli florets. It's easy to do. I added the potatoes and large pieces of broccoli florets to a one-gallon bag, olive oil to coat, and salt, pepper, paprika, and granulated garlic.
Close the bag and shake it well to coat. Added to a nonstick pan, placed it in the 400-degree oven, and then started the turkey. This gave the potatoes 10 more minutes to cook in the pan. =)
Here's the finished product. Let me know if you try it. I would love to hear from you.
Tips on how to make it:
There are a few tips on how to make this Turkey Breast London Broil Recipe. Read them below.
- You can make the rub beforehand and store it in a tight container to shorten the cooking time.
- To speed up cooking time, you can cut the piece into 2-inch squares and coat the parsley rub over it. Then, cook it for 15 minutes. Use a thermometer to make sure the turkey pieces are at least 165°F.
Here is the printable recipe if you want to print it.
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