Great baked wrapped in prosiutto.
I have found the easiest and most reliable way to cook these is: Line a baking sheet with foil. Add a layer of non-stick baking parchment. Oil it thinly. Lay strips of Parma ham or similar (I use half a pack of Tesco prosciutto platter) so they touch or overlap slightly. Lay the turkey steaks on that, again touching or overlapping slightly, leaving 1cm of ham showing all around. Lay more ham slices on top so no turkey is showing. Brush or drizzle oil on top. Cover with foil and bake in a hot oven until cooked through, uncovering near the end to brown the ham. The meat should be easy to lift in one piece onto a clean chopping board. Cut into squares or strips. I like to serve with cranberry sauce and roast veg. Next time I might try thin slices of cheese inside the parcel with the turkey or maybe oregano, lemon and sundried tomato.
If I this product was fairly consistent in size I
If I this product was fairly consistent in size I would give it five stars. However, the size, shape & thickness varies enormously. When there are four in the pack it is perfect. I like to bread them in the style of "Wiener Schnitzel" when they can be quickly pan fried. As they are cut thinly there is no need to bash them. The problem is there are often as many as seven in the pack when they become to small to be used in this way. sometimes the thickness varies greatly even in individual pieces which can be thickish at one end & so thin as to be almost translucent at the other end. They need to be more consistent. Also not getting six day use by date as promised.
Don’t know what people are on bout, we love them, lovely and thinn , fry up in butter quickly, delicious, I have always had 5 in my pack
I wish people would read the info before ordering and then moan afterwards. They're quick cook steaks which ARE thin and it even says here that they're thin slices.
Avoid this product
Looks like 3 steaks, right? Wrong! I just had a pack of maybe 10 very thin turkey slices. Too thin to make even a decent schnitzel. Rubbish. Best avoid.
Nicey but pricey
Really lovely meat but not much of it as thinly sliced. For me, these steaks are too expensive for the quantity contained in a pack.
These are good quality meat, and fine if you are i
These are good quality meat, and fine if you are intending to chop them up for a casserole etc. However, if you want to serve a whole steak per person, don't buy online. You need to see the packet you are buying. All the packets are the same price/weight, so they balance them out to fit. Quite often there will be 3 good size steaks plus a tiny one, not much more than half the size hiding at the bottom, to keep the pack weight right. Other times you might just get 3 very large ones, or even 5 very small ones, but usually it's 4 unequal pieces.
Nice turkey steaks. They're not very thick, but ch
Nice turkey steaks. They're not very thick, but chuck two in the ovan (which I find is about 1 normal steak) for 10 mins (electric, 200) and you've got yourself some nice bit of meat. In this pack you can usually expect anywhere from 3-5 steaks per pack, usually 4.
Use by date too close
The turkey steaks should have a best before date of 5+ days ahead. Delivered evening 1st March to be eaten by 3rd March. Not impressed
v tasty, quick under the grill