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Turkey, Chicken Or Veal Cutlets Make This Saltimbocca

Turkey, Chicken Or Veal Cutlets Make This Saltimbocca

A classic Roman entrée, Saltimbocca has an unusual name. The word translates as "to jump in the mouth," and indeed, the many flavors just pop. The dish is prepared with thinly pounded veal, but some cooks substitute chicken breast. The traditional recipe calls for layering the veal with thinly sliced prosciutto and sage leaves, browning the meat on the stovetop and finishing the cooking in the oven. The entrée is served with a butter and white wine sauce. We've taken some liberties with the recipe. Boneless turkey breast, an often overlooked choice in the meat department, replaces the veal. We added tomato sauce to the white wine mixture for a heartier...

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