Simmered Turkey with Vegetables

A basic recipe for flavourful simmering is to use 250ml water and 1 tbsp each of sake, soy sauce and mirin. It's really easy.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4 Prep: 10 min Cook: 35 min

Ingredients

Turkey breast fillets 2
New potatoes 8
Carrots 2-3
Onion 1
Green beans a handful
Water 3 cups
Sake, mirin, soy sauce 3 tbsp each
Sugar 1.5 tbsp
Vegetable oil a little
Dashi pack 1

Method

1
Cut the turkey into strips and soak in the sake.
2
Cut the carrots, onions and green beans into bitesize pieces. You can add mushrooms or any other favourite vegetables.
3
Put the vegetable oil in a pan and fry the turkey soaked in sake until lightly browned.
4
Add the carrots, onions and potatoes. Add the water to cover and add the dashi pack and seasonings and turn the heat to high. When it boils, turn it down to a simmer for 20 minutes.
5
Turn the heat off then add the green beans and keep for 10 minutes before serving.

Tips & Note

I used turkey in this recipe, but you could use pork or chicken or even bacon. This is a simple variation on a pot au feu.

Simmered Turkey with Vegetables

A basic recipe for flavourful simmering is to use 250ml water and 1 tbsp each of sake, soy sauce and mirin. It's really easy.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 35 min

Ingredients

Turkey breast fillets 2
New potatoes 8
Carrots 2-3
Onion 1
Green beans a handful
Water 3 cups
Sake, mirin, soy sauce 3 tbsp each
Sugar 1.5 tbsp
Vegetable oil a little
Dashi pack 1

Simmered Turkey with Vegetables

Recipe ID :1159 Posted on 24 SEP 2015

Serves 4

Prep 10min
Cook 35min
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A basic recipe for flavourful simmering is to use 250ml water and 1 tbsp each of sake, soy sauce and mirin. It's really easy.

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Cook
35min
1
Cut the turkey into strips and soak in the sake.
2
Cut the carrots, onions and green beans into bitesize pieces. You can add mushrooms or any other favourite vegetables.
3
Put the vegetable oil in a pan and fry the turkey soaked in sake until lightly browned.
4
Add the carrots, onions and potatoes. Add the water to cover and add the dashi pack and seasonings and turn the heat to high. When it boils, turn it down to a simmer for 20 minutes.
5
Turn the heat off then add the green beans and keep for 10 minutes before serving.

Tips & Note

I used turkey in this recipe, but you could use pork or chicken or even bacon. This is a simple variation on a pot au feu.

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