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Category: Main Dishes
Recipe Created By: Heidi Bayer
1/2 cup crisp rice cereal
1 Tbsp chopped fresh thyme
1 tsp freshly grated lemon zest
2 Tbsp rice milk
1 Tbsp canola oil
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup black rice flour
1/4 cup tapioca starch
4 1/2 oz turkey cutlets
1/4 cup canola oil
2 lemon wedges
In a food processor, pulse the rice krisps into crumbs. Add the salt, thyme and lemon zest. Transfer the flavored breadcrumbs to a shallow bowl.
In a separate shallow boil, whisk together the apple cider vinegar, rice milk and canola oil.
Place the flour together in a shallow dish.
Season each turkey cutlet with salt and pepper. Dredge in the flour and shake off excess. Dip into rice milk mixture and finally coat the meat evenly with rice crumb mixture. Store on a plate or piece of parchment paper.
Heat oil in a skillet over medium high heat. Add the turkey cutlets and keep the skillet moving for 1 1/2 minutes. Turn, then cook the same way for about another minute. Transfer to a plate and cook the next scallopini.
Garnish with lemon wedges, serve with rice and a green salad.
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Use any brand of crispy rice cereal that is safe for your needs. Barbara's Brown Rice Crisps work well because they are darker and look more like breadcrumbs.
Black rice flour can be replaced with any flour you like.
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