I had a Shady Brook Farms Rotisserie Turkey Breast Tenderloin in the freezer that I had picked up at the grocery store. While meal planning for the week I decided it’d be a great opportunity to give the turkey tenderloin a try. Granted, I had never tried it before, but since I enjoy the brands turkey sausages I figured this couldn’t be bad. It turned out to be quite delicious!
The packaging listed it could be put onto the grill or baked in the oven. Since I had a few cooking bags on hand, I decided to cook the tenderloins in a cooking bag to keep as much moisture in the turkey as I could. It turned out absolutely perfect. The turkey browned, it was flavorful and it was very moist.
As with most turkeys it was very low in points. A 4 ounce serving was 3 points plus, or a 5 ounce serving for 4 points plus.
Here’s what I had for dinner (which might I add was delicious, filling and a homerun):
5 ounces Rotisserie Turkey Tenderloin (4ppv)
½ cup garlic mashed potatoes (3ppv)
¼ cup Heinz fat free turkey gravy (0ppv)
2 tbsp cranberry sauce (1ppv)
French cut green beans
Steamed Brussels sprouts