Turkey fillet in a multicooker

Meat 1001 Last Update: Jun 15, 2022 Created: Jun 15, 2022 0 0 0
Turkey fillet in a multicooker
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  • Difficulty: Easy
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In the multicooker of turkey fillet, you can cook a delicious "goulash", which goes well with any side dish. After all, turkey meat looks very much like pork but has a more tender and mild taste.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Peel an onion and chop it into small cubes. Turn on the multicooker in the frying mode, and pour in sunflower oil.
  2. Cut the turkey meat into medium cubes.
  3. Fry the fillet pieces with the onion for about 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Add flour, salt, and tomato, and mix to combine. Lower the basil.
  4. Then put it all together for five minutes, then pour in the water, and set the extinguishing program. If this mode is not provided, then leave the frying.
  5. Stew the turkey for at least 50-60 minutes. At the end of the program, let the dish rest for ten minutes and serve with any side dish, such as crumbly buckwheat.

Turkey fillet in a multicooker



  • Serves: -
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Easy

In the multicooker of turkey fillet, you can cook a delicious "goulash", which goes well with any side dish. After all, turkey meat looks very much like pork but has a more tender and mild taste.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Peel an onion and chop it into small cubes. Turn on the multicooker in the frying mode, and pour in sunflower oil.
  2. Cut the turkey meat into medium cubes.
  3. Fry the fillet pieces with the onion for about 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Add flour, salt, and tomato, and mix to combine. Lower the basil.
  4. Then put it all together for five minutes, then pour in the water, and set the extinguishing program. If this mode is not provided, then leave the frying.
  5. Stew the turkey for at least 50-60 minutes. At the end of the program, let the dish rest for ten minutes and serve with any side dish, such as crumbly buckwheat.

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