Aioli refers to the garlic flavor of this mayonnaise-based marinade. It’s quite thick, coating them well and causing them to brown nicely.
Prep Time:20 minutes
Cook Time:10 minutes
Total Time:30 minutes
Yield:2 servings 1x
2 – 4 turkey cutlets – depending on size, 12oz total (360gr). about 1/4″ thick (.5cm)
3 tbs soy sauce
3 tbs mayonnaise
3 tbs olive oil
1 tsp garlic powder – or 2 cloves minced
2 tsp dried basil
In small bowl whisk together the ingredients for the marinade – whisk well: it should emulsify (come together thickly)
Spoon over turkey and let marinate for 15 minutes – or longer if you are doing other stuff, up to 45 minutes.
Remove turkey from marinade and cook on barbecue 4 – 8 minutes turning once – or sauté in a large skillet 8 – 10 minutes
Baste with any remaining sauce. In all cases time depends on thickness.
If you can’t get turkey cutlets, buy a turkey tenderloin and either slice it into thin cutlets yourself or ask your butcher. You could also use chicken tenders. There is very little prep but 15 minutes to marinate.