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Baked Apricot Garlic Turkey Tenderloins


Baked Apricot Garlic Turkey Tenderloins

Serves: 6

Category: Main Dishes - Non-Vegan
Author: www.DrFuhrman.com
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Ingredients:

4 apples, quartered
2 oranges, quartered
1 onion, peeled and quartered
2 tablespoons fresh thyme
20 fresh sage leaves
2 whole turkey tenderloins or 6 turkey scallops, sliced very thin
1/2 cup apricot spreadable 100% fruit
2 teaspoons Bragg Liquid Aminos
3 teaspoons Spike seasoning (no salt) or other no salt seasoning
6 cloves garlic, pressed

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cut apples in quarters and slice core out leaving flat. In baking pan arrange apples, oranges, and onion close together. Lay herbs on top of fruit. Place tenderloins on top of fruit, onion, and herb mixture. If using turkey scallops, fan out three scallops on top of each other and place over apple, orange, onion and herb mixture, and do the same for the remaining three. Mix apricot spread, liquid aminos, Spike and garlic. Generously spread turkey with sauce. Cover loosely with foil and bake for 30-35 minutes until turkey juices run clear when pricked in center with a fork.

Calories 223; Protein 18 g; Carbohydrates 33 g; Total Fat 2.8 g; Saturated Fat 1 g; Cholesterol 48.4 mg; Sodium 115 mg; Fiber 4.3 g; Beta-Carotene 188 ug; Vitamin C 26 mg; Calcium 114 mg; Iron 2.7 mg; Folate 30 ug; Magnesium 46 mg; Zinc 2.1 mg; Selenium 20.9 ug

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maggie83

06/29/2007 07:50 PM

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Delicous!!!! I wasn't quite sure about this dish, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was great and even my extended family thought it was good. Would definately make this again,

jeannie3

02/01/2009 01:54 PM

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Wonderful! I was a bit hesitant to try but my meat eating family needed something new. My dh and children loved this recipe. I will definitely make it again and again.

ehspudinuk

03/16/2009 08:50 AM

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Excellent! My non ETL family - husband and 3 kids (15,14 and 9) loved this. To have each of them like the same recipe is just short of a miracle!!!

Bevy

04/10/2010 04:24 PM

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Delicious, my family loved this and I made it for a lady who I am cooking for and she was raving about it.

Susan9521

10/02/2011 04:39 PM

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Are we supposed to peel the apples and oranges? It may seem obvious but it's not to me. I choose to peel this time but wonder what others did. This looks fabulous and I know I'll be making it again either way.

kathleenclare

01/31/2012 02:11 PM

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Wow! What a surprise! This was great and we all loved it! I found it difficult to find turkey tenderloins this time of year so I used chicken breasts or tenderloins, thinly sliced, and 2 tsp of dried thyme rather than fresh, but fresh Sage. Otherwise the same instructions. (I did not peel the apples or oranges.) Try it, you'll like it!

constantblush

11/06/2012 01:37 PM

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Incredible! I couldn't find turkey so I used chicken breasts and ground sage, and low sodium soy sauce instead of braggs. The apples are so flavorful once cooked with the seasonings and sauce. My husband requested that we have this multiple times, so that's awesome!

icebabe

01/21/2014 09:46 PM

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What do you do with the apples and oranges does it all just bake down. I have it in the oven right now and I sure hope I did it right?

whoster69

09/27/2017 10:27 PM

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This one was strange.  The turkey was very tasty, but some of the fruit in it was not good.  The cooked apple and onion were fine, but the cooked orange was sour and didn't taste good.  I think if I make this again, I would skip the fruit and eat it raw.  It would taste better and be healthier anyway.