Caribbean Turkey Rolls

8 servings.

1 can Crushed pineapple, packed in juice
1/2 cup Whole shelled American pistachios chopped
2 tablespoons Soy sauce
2 tablespoons Olive or vegetable oil
Thin turkey cutlets
Salt and Pepper


For filling, drain pineapple, saving juice (press out as much juice as possible). Spread out turkey cutlets on counter and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Portion filling onto turkey slices; roll cutlet around to enclose filling inside. Fasten each with small pick. Brown rolls slowly in oil in large skillet, turning once, about 6 minutes or until done in center. Add a little water to pan if it starts to dry out. Spoon pan drippings over rolls to serve. Accompany with rice, tropical fruit and exotic chutney, if you like.

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fun facts

Pistachios, when eaten with high-carbohydrate foods, may result in lower than expected blood sugar levels, an important factor in reducing risk of diabetes.

According to a Penn State University study, it is suggested that pistachios reduce the body's biological response to stress.

One serving of pistachios has as much potassium (300mg, 8%) as an orange (250mg, 7%).

Pistachios are high in phytosterols which may lower cholesterol levels and decrease the risk of heart disease. In animal studies phytosterols have been shown to potentially have anti-cancer properties.

One serving of pistachios is 49 nuts, more than any other tree nut.

Forty-nine pistachios serve up to 20 percent of your Daily Value of B6, about the same as half an avocado.

You can obtain more dietary fiber from a serving of pistachios (3g) than a 1/2 cup of cooked broccoli, and the same amount of dietary fiber as an orange or an apple — approximately 10 percent of the Daily Value.

Just a single serving of pistachios provides you with the same amount of protein in a one-ounce serving of soybeans and can serve as a protein alternative to meat, poultry or beans according to the USDA Food Guide Pyramid.

Pistachios are a naturally cholesterol-free snack and contain just 1.5 grams of saturated fat.

Celebrate the greatness of nuts! October 22 is National Nut Day and February 26 is National Pistachio Day!