Turkey breast with walnut sauce

Today we present a really simple and cheap main course, but with a great deal of flavour and unmistakable character! This is a recipe for turkey breast with walnut sauce: a transformation of a common turkey breast to a really exceptional and sublime main course. Basically, turkey breast needs this kind of treatment, a special dressing or delicious sauce, creamy and flavourful to give it some verve and character, and preventing it from becoming sad and stringy! You’ll get this luscious sauce in a few simple steps, which we will illustrate here, with some top notch cheese, walnuts and fresh cream! This recipe is really not to be missed, to the delight of the whole family and, perhaps, also to your wallet: with just a few euros you can buy some healthy and economical white meat, instead of red meat which is perhaps more refined, you can feed the whole family .


  • turkey breast 250 grams
  • fresh cream 250 millilitres
  • walnut 100 grams
  • cheese 100 grams Edam, sliced

Start shopping

20 minutes Total time
15 minutes Active time
Serves 2 persons
Social share
Would you like to share this recipe with your friends? Have you tried it? Write us!

Send the recipe

Send this recipe to your email. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to get in touch with us.
4 + 3 ?
(Read here)


Salt the slices of turkey. Finely chop the walnuts and set aside. Lightly oil a frying pan and toast the slices of turkey on one side. Turn the slices over, put a slice of cheese on each, sprinkle with the chopped nuts and add the cream. Finish cooking with the cream until it becomes thick and sauce-like. Serve hot.

If you are not fond of turkey or do not have any to hand, use a common chicken breast instead. The outcome will also be lovely!
Americans spend all year breeding turkeys in preparation for Thanksgiving, a festival that takes place every year on the fourth Thursday of November. Each family has its own recipe for the famous stuffed turkey. Suffice it to say that on the East Coast it is common to stuff the turkey with oysters! Common to all of America, however, is the tradition of serving the turkey with sweet potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.

Step by step

**Click on the photos to access full step by step!