Well I hope this isn’t a sign of early fall! I have really been craving comfort foods. This is an easy way of getting that turkey dinner that you’re craving without all the fuss. I’m obsessed with turkey tenderloins and the ones from Trader Joe’s are always delicious And cook moist and tender.
Turn the oven on to 375°. Meanwhile rinse and Pat the turkey tenderloins dry. Rub some olive oil all over the tenderloins and season with salt and pepper thyme, oregano, Rubbed sage, onion powder, garlic powder, Parsley flakes in a little bit of paprika for some color. Peel and dice carrots, onions, celery & A few minced garlic cloves. I used my braiser pan which is always great for things like this, when you want to go from stovetop to oven, want to cover and then uncover or you’d like to seer the meat without having to use too many pots and pans. So I recommend everyone get a braiser pan. This can all be done in a casserole dish too. The only difference would be that instead of seering the meat in the beginning just increase the oven temp in the last few minutes you could either broil or just turn the heat up to 425 to get that last bit of color. I started both tenderloins in a little bit of olive oil and butter on both sides. I then added the vegetables in and stir them around and seasoned the vegetables as well with salt and pepper. I also added a 1/4 cup of Pinot Grigio or any other white wine, please do not use cooking wine as they are really high in sodium. If you cannot use wine or do not have any available a little chicken broth will Do. Cover the pan and put it in the oven and bake for about 20 minutes depending on the size of your tenderloins oh. Then remove from the oven, stir the vegetables around a little bit, and then put it back into the oven uncovered to finish off do not over cook the turkey as it will be dry. #acsilva08_inspired #turkeytenderloin #turkey #comfortfood #foodie #mykitchen #myrecipes #myfooddiary #yum #mashedpotatoes #ovenbaked #homechef #homecooking #whatsfordinner