Quince turkey sirloin, the recipe that everyone will ask for

This quince turkey sirloin is a dish that, for a couple of years, I make often and with which I always look good. Although I have used turkey, the original recipe, seen on Beatriz's blog, is made with pork tenderloin. With either type of meat it is delicious, so to your liking.

It is a very simple preparation to prepare and for which no strange ingredients are needed. I encourage you to prepare this turkey sirloin with quince in your homes, especially if you have guests, because the result is so surprising that everyone will surely want to take the recipe home with them under their arms.


For 4 people
  • Garlic clove 4
  • Turkey sirloin (300 g approx) 1
  • Onion 200 g
  • Chicken soup 500 ml
  • Quince candy 200 g
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt
  • Ground black pepper
  • Rolled almond
  • Fresh parsley

How to make turkey sirloin with quince

Difficulty: easy
  • Total time 35 m
  • Elaboration 15 m
  • Cooking 20 m

We peel the garlic and reserve it. Cut the turkey sirloin into four pieces and season with salt and pepper. Heat a little olive oil in a saucepan and fry the garlic cloves together with the turkey, over high heat to seal their juices, turning when necessary. When it acquires a golden hue, we remove the turkey and reserve it. We discard the garlic.

In the same oil, cook the onion, previously chopped in brunoise (finely) and cook it over low heat for 15 minutes. If we want to save time, we can cover the saucepan to generate steam and make the process faster. Add the quince and chop it with a wooden spoon, spatula or similar. When the quince has melted, add the broth.

We raise the intensity of the fire and reduce the sauce for about three or four minutes. Then we add the turkey that we have reserved, along with the juice that has been released, and cook for 10 minutes. If we like the thicker sauce than we have left, remove the turkey and let reduce the sauce until you reach the desired point.

We can serve sliced ​​or in a single piece, on a bed of parmentier cream, washed down with its own sauce and sprinkled with toasted rolled almonds and a little parsley.

With what to accompany the turkey sirloin to the quince

This quince turkey sirloin is an amazing snack. The sweetness of the sauce is balanced by the seasoning of the turkey and parmentier. It is a perfect dish to prepare in advance, since it wins with the rest time. The laminated almond gives it a crunchy touch that I recommend not to do without, although it can be substituted by another dried fruit.

Tags:  Vegetables And Legumes Fish Desserts 

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