We're great fans of the combination between Brie cheese, walnuts and grapes. We have it just like that, simply out of the bags, at least once a week, in the evenings when we're not in the mood to cook. And since these ingredients go together so well, I decided to make a sauce out of them to accompany little morsels of juicy-crispy turkey breast. The result was great. :) Enjoy.
Last year: Spaghetti with sesame oil, shiitake and chicken, Gnocchi with thyme-butter sauce and browned cauliflower, Red wine baby shrimps with olive and tomato quinoa and Romanian Friganele.
Ingredients (serves 2-3):
- 300 g turkey breast
- 100 ml cream
- 50 g Brie, sliced
- 50 g walnuts, coarsely chopped
- 20-30 g pink grapes (a handful), each round cut into half
- 2 tablespoons walnut oil (or olive)
- salt and pepper to taste
Move them around and stir until they're fried all over (5-6 minutes). Add the cream, the walnuts and the Brie:
Mix some more and cook until the sauce comes together (3-4 minutes). Add the halved grape rounds, mix and cook for another half a minute. Transfer to plates and dig in! :)