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- 30oz Rotisserie Flavor Turkey Breast Tenderloins*
- 1 15oz can of pumpkin puree
- 1 Tbsp EVOO
- 1 Tbsp honey
- 1.5 Tbsp fish sauce
- 1 onion, sliced
- .5 Tbsp butter
- fresh sage
- Pre-heat oven to 325F.
- Bake turkey tenderloins for 50-60 min, or until the internal temperature is 165F.
- While the turkey cooks, slice the figs into quarters.
- After about 30 minutes have passed, put the figs in the oven along with the turkey and bake them until they are soft and start to caramelize.
- When the turkey is done, remove and slice into small pieces.
- Slice the onion into skinny rings.
- Heat a skillet over low heat and add the butter. Once the butter melts, add the onions
- Stir the onions every few minutes until they caramelize.**
- Mince (or chop) a few leaves of sage.
- Combine the pumpkin, EVOO, honey and fish sauce in a pot over medium heat. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
- Cook until evenly heated.
- Stir in your fresh sage.
- Crank the oven up to 425. If using, put a pizza stone in the oven while it heats up.
- Once the oven is hot, add pizza crusts and cook 5-6 minutes until they start to get crispy.
- Remove the crusts.
- Assemble the pizzas: sauce, turkey, figs, and caramelized onions. Top with cheese and place back into the oven for another 5 minutes until the cheese melts.
- Remove the pizzas from the oven and garnish with some more fresh sage.
*Shout out to Shady Brook Farms for selling turkey tenderloins all year long
** This takes forever! Like at least half an hour. If you must, you can increase the heat a tad towards the end, but monitor the onions carefully. Increasing the heat too much will burn them.