Lemony crumbed turkey with broccoli-bean smash

Lemony crumbed turkey with broccoli-bean smash

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Cooking time

Prep: 25 mins Cook: 25 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

Kids can help make these crispy breadcrumbed goujons with butter bean mash, greens, vine tomatoes and pesto

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
477
protein
42g
carbs
40g
fat
17g
saturates
3g
fibre
9g
sugar
5g
salt
1.8g
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Ingredients

  • 3 tbsp plain flour
  • 1 large egg
  • 100g fresh breadcrumbs
  • zest 1 lemon, plus lemon wedges to serve (optional)
  • small handful parsley, chopped
  • 450g turkey breast steaks
  • 2 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 4 vines cherry tomatoes
  • 350g broccoli, cut into small florets
  • 400g can butter beans, drained
  • 4 tbsp pesto

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 180C/ 160C fan/gas 4. Put the flour into a wide, shallow bowl with a little seasoning. Whisk the egg in a second shallow bowl with 1 tbsp water. Add the breadcrumbs, lemon zest and parsley to a third shallow bowl.
  2. Get the kids to dip each turkey steak into the flour, shaking off any excess, then into the egg, and finally into the breadcrumbs – press the crumbs into the turkey to make sure they really stick. Put the steaks on a large baking tray, drizzle with oil and bake for 20 mins. Add the cherry tomatoes to the tray and bake for a further 5 mins.
  3. Meanwhile, boil a pan of water, then add the broccoli and cook for 5 mins. Add the butter beans and cook for 2 mins more until broccoli is really tender. Drain well and leave to steam-dry for 1-2 mins. Tip back into the pan, add the pesto and get the kids to mash everything up with a potato masher. Divide the turkey smash and tomatoes between plates – adding lemon wedges for those who want to squeeze some over.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, January 2013

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barbarakelsey's picture
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Absolutely gorgeous.

BoBo's picture
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Easy to make, very tasty and super healthy! I added the peas to the mash and only used two teaspoons of pesto. Will be using this recipe again and again.

margaretpocock's picture
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I halved the recipe as only feeding two of us. Husband loved it and said "you can make this again"!! Also it was very easy.

hergeir's picture
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This was somewhat a flop, as the different shades of taste don't mix at all.

I won't recommend it, but it might be enhanced a bit by including peas in the mash for sweetness, and less pesto.

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