3/17/2011

{Recipe} Sweet Turkey Supreme and Pork Chop Supreme


Sweet Turkey Supreme
by Amanda Joy Petersen

4 Turkey Cutlets
4 Orange Slices cut 1/4 inch thick
4 T Raspberry Jam
4 T Orange Juice
4 T Brown Sugar (we used Brown Sugar Splenda)

Turn oven on to 350 degrees.  Lightly Spray a 9 x13 glass dish.  Place the cutlets into the dish and put an orange slice on top of each one.  Now place 1 Tablespoon of the other ingredients on top of each cutlet.  Cover the dish with tin foil and bake for 30 minutes.  Remove tinfoil and use a turkey baster to place juices back on top of the cutlets.  Leave the tinfoil off and bake for another 20 minutes; basting approx. every 7 minutes.  Just make sure the meat reaches an internal heat of 165 degrees.  When it's done, remove the orange slices and serve with the sides of your choice and enjoy.
*Added~ Try different varieties.  Blackberry Jam, Lemon Slices, and Lemon Juice or Strawberry Jam, Macerated Fresh Strawberries, and Key Lime Juice... Yum!

I have issues with meat.  I am practically a vegetarian.  Not because of any higher motive, but because I am a picky eater who just has a hard time eating meat.  I don't have as hard of a time with turkey, thus the recipe above, and most of the time I am okay with chicken.  There is very few Pork recipes I will eat.  Practically burnt bacon is one, and the following recipe with it's sweet, delectable bites is the other.



Sliced Onion

Pork Chop Supreme
by My Mommy:)

4 Pork Chops
4 Lg White Onion Slices
4 T Lemon Juice
4 T Ketchup
4 T Brown Sugar

{Same directions as above}
Turn oven on to 350 degrees.  Lightly Spray a 9 x13 glass dish.  Place the pork chops into the dish and put an onion slice on top of each one.  Now place 1 Tablespoon of the other ingredients on top of each cutlet.  Cover the dish with tin foil and bake for 30 minutes.  Remove tinfoil and use a turkey baster to place juices back on top of the pork chops.  Leave the tinfoil off and bake for another 20 minutes; basting approx. every 7 minutes.  Just make sure the meat reaches an internal heat of 165 degrees.  When it's done, remove the onion slices and serve with the sides of your choice and enjoy.
*Added~ You can eat the baked onion slices, I just always give mine to my mom.  You can also use the leftover yummy sauce to dip each pork chop bite in...waste not, want not:)