There isn’t much to say about this dish other than it speaks for itself with how delicious and easy it is to make. You can always use chicken breast if you like but I’ll admit I get kind of bored with chicken some times. I’ve had a thing lately for dried cranberries in my salads like my latest BBQ Rib Super Green Salad and so I thought I could advance this yummy relationship and put it into a main dish. Cheese and dried fruit have been a perfect marriage since the beginning of time, so you can’t go wrong with this version of stuffed turkey.
GOAT CHEESE STUFFED TURKEY TENDERLOIN
Slice each turkey tenderloin horizontally through the center creating a pocket. Make sure to leave at least a half an inch thick border of the turkey around the edges to help create a secure pocket for stuffing.
Combine the herb goat cheese and dried cranberries in a small bowl. Spoon the mixture into the pocket of each turkey tenderloin until they're packed tight.
Spray a baking dish with cooking spray and place the turkey in the dish. Sprinkle the tops of the turkey with salt, pepper, and thyme then drizzle with olive oil.
Bake at 375 F degrees for about 30 minutes.