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Old 06-27-2017, 09:54 AM   #1
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Marinade for Turkey Tips


Does anyone have a good low-carb marinade for turkey tips? Thank you in advance!
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Old 06-27-2017, 09:57 AM   #2
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I've never heard of turkey tips - what are they??
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Old 06-27-2017, 10:04 AM   #3
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It must be a New England thing -- we eat steak tips here too. Turkey tips are really just turkey tenderloins cut into one inch pieces. We grille them here in the summertime.
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Ah!! I've never seen those on this coast, LOL!

Do you like Asian-inspired, or Greek, or ??? Stuff like that I often just marinate it in my homemade vinaigrette, jazzed up with a bit more garlic and pepper.

Do you put them on skewers to grill?
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I love Asian and Greek. Sometimes we do skewers with veggies and other times we just leave them alone to free range on the grille. Thanks Charski!
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Asian - soy sauce, rice vinegar, garlic powder, a little of whatever sweetener you want to taste, and some toasted sesame oil. Mix all together in a ziploc bag, add turkey cubes, let marinate at least 30 minutes or a couple hours would be better!

Greek - red wine vinegar, juice of a lemon, Kalamata olive oil (or other good EVOO), garlic powder, bit of salt, freshly ground pepper, dried oregano crushed between your palms - if you can get Greek oregano it's the best for this.

I don't measure anything, just pour stuff into the ziploc bag, taste before adding meat so you can adjust seasonings if necessary.
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Thanks for the marinades, Charski!
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I like my turkey brined. I cook but feel, so I rarely use a recipe. I did Google low carb brine and found plenty. If you've not used a brine before, the salt nasicly displaces the natural juices in the turkey or chicken making it both juicier and increases the flavor. Generally after brining adding salt during cooking isn't necessary just like a marinade, your flavor is there. Should be great for grilling.
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