Apple Glazed Turkey Breast

Recipe makes 4 servings.
Approximate Cook Time: 40 minutes
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Rating: 4.73
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4 turkey breast cutlet(s) (4-6 oz)
1/2 cup(s) apple juice, unsweetened, (or the juice of 1 medium/large apple)
1/2 cup(s) chicken broth
2 medium garlic clove(s), minced
4 tablespoon(s) tarragon, fresh, minced
1 teaspoon(s) ginger, fresh, grated
1/4 teaspoon(s) sea salt, (optional)
1/4 teaspoon(s) black pepper, freshly ground
1 tablespoon(s) coconut oil


  1. Combine the apple juice, chicken stock, garlic, tarragon and ginger together in a small bowl. Set aside.
  2. Season both sides of turkey cutlets with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper (optional).
  3. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. When pan is hot, add coconut oil.
  4. Sear each cutlet 1-2 minutes on each side, until browned. Place on plate and set aside.
  5. Reduce heat to medium and add apple juice mixture to pan.
  6. As the sauce comes to a boil add the turkey cutlets back to the pan. Simmer until sauce reduces and turkey is fully cooked.

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  1. Fangsout

    where does the arrowroot go? the sauce?

  2. Lars

    I made this the other day, delicious. Only thing I would have done differently is to allow the sauce to cook down a bit more before adding the turkey.

  3. Spectatrix

    I love this recipe. So simple, yet immensely flavorful.

  4. Forrest MacDonald

    So easy, and so good.

  5. Alex

    Great recipe. I subbed chicken for the turkey, added a baked sweet potato and spinach salad as sides. I will be making this again.

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  7. Shakti

    I used a whole apple in a food processor. Turned out amazing!

  8. MKMBeaulieu

    This wasn’t my favorite, but I may have just overdone the salt and tarragon. I tried with a whole apple as another user suggested, and it was more of a slush than a sauce. Next time I’ll go easier on the spices and take the extra step of straining out the apple pulp.

  9. cindy

    I let the sauce simmer down a little further after turkey was done and added a large dollop of coconut milk i had left over in fridge. Gave sauce an extra dimension and more like a curry sauce rather than being soupy!

  10. jappel

    Wondering if you could cook these up in a slow cooker? Sear first, then add everything to the pot?

  11. Silverstar

    Omg this was the best dish ever! I did chicken instead of turkey, and so far it has been my fav chicken dish to make. I don’t have tarragon so I used basil & sage instead, which I don’t even know if that’s a good substitute as Ive never had tarragon before, but it was in the fridge & it ended up tasting delicious with the apple juice & chicken stock!! I cooked the sauce a little longer after the chicken was done until it literally turned into a glaze. My bf & I literally ate the leftovers that was supposed to be our lunch because it was that good!!!

  12. Silverstar

    I also juiced my apple & that worked great for my glaze

  13. Tina

    Why don’t these recipes come with calories and such?

    • Neely

      Tina – They do, but you can only see that information if you’re a member of our meal plan service…

  14. Cara

    Ok…so I was too lazy to get out my juicer for one apple so I used applesauce. Not a good idea…if you’re tempted…don’t do it!! It was thick and weird. The taste was all right…I’m not a fan of ginger so I should have left it out but it’s so darn healthy! Anyway…overall it was good. I’ll try again with apple juice and without ginger another day.

  15. Laura

    Can I substitute avocado oil for coconut oil?

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