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How to Cook Turkey Scallopini Salad with Gorgonzola

Gorgonzola & a pearTurkey Scallopini Salad with Gorgonzola is a phenomenal salad that you will enjoy to the max.

A healthy, unbelievably flavorful and different salad, quick and easy for a weekday night dinner or lunch. Absolutely fantastic!

Turkey Scallopini Salad with Gorgonzola:

Using scallopini is ideal for this recipe. However, using other turkey meat is perfectly fine, even leftover Holiday turkey!

Type: Salad Recipe

Serve with: olive oil and balsamic vinegar
Prep Time: 15 min
Cook Time: 10 min
Yield: 3 servings



  1. Need a frying pan? shop.cookingwithkimberly.comPreheat a large frying pan with 1/2 tbsp olive oil on medium heat.
  2. Start a small sauce pan of water with salt in to a boil with 3 eggs in it beginning with cold water. Allow to boil for 8 min and rinse under cold water and allow to sit in pot of cold water for at least 5 min with shell on.
  3. Pan fry turkey scallopini about 5 min per side, to be sure it’s cooked through.
  4. Let rest on a cutting board for 5 min before slicing it.
  5. While waiting, arrange fresh and cut vegetables in a salad bowl.
  6. Take shells off of eggs and slice eggs, if desired. Otherwise, serve alongside salad to be eaten with it.
  7. Place turkey slices on top of salad and break up Gorgonzola into bite-sized chunks and arrange on top of salad.
  8. Allow people to drizzle their own olive oil and balsamic vinegar on top of salad.

I’m telling you…I could eat this salad at least once a week. It is so flavorful and a great combination of ingredients, and healthy to boot!

This Turkey Scallopini Salad with Gorgonzola is sure to please – a phenomenal salad!

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  1. This one I’ve got to try, does Gorgonzola come in measures, as in strong or mild?

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  2. Good question Mike…

    I don’t think Gorgonzola comes in different “strengths” per se, but I’m sure the flavors vary from brand to brand.

    However, you can also get different combinations of Gorgonzola cheese…

    For instance, I’ve bought Borgonzola before for this salad and it works wonderfully…

    Borgonzola is a combination of a cheese called Borgo and Gorgonzola. It’s soft and creamy with a “bloomy” rind. That means it ripens from the outside in – like a Brie.

    Now, bear in mind that Gorgonzola is a blue cheese, so you could substitute it for any blue cheese and you’ll still be a happy camper.

    Hope that helps you a bit more Mike…

    Kimberly 🙂

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  3. This sounds really good. I love Gorgonzola, nice and creamy but with a bite. It would probably go well with Dolcelatte as well, although hard to find in the USA (at least for me).

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    • That would be delicious Tony! I believe it’s a milder version of Gorgonzola.

      I often use a cheese called Borgonzola too – accomplishes the same goal!

      I hope you try it – I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.

      Kimberly 🙂

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