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Is escalope de dinde vegan?

Escalope de dinde is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is escalope de dinde?

Escalope de dinde is a French culinary term that translates to "turkey cutlet." It refers to a thinly sliced piece of boneless turkey breast that has been pounded and flattened. The meat is tender, lean, and low in fat, making it a healthier alternative to other meats. Escalope de dinde is versatile and can be pan-fried, grilled, or breaded and fried. It is a popular ingredient in many classic French dishes, such as escalope de dinde à la crème and escalope de dinde au citron. With its subtle flavors and delicate texture, escalope de dinde is perfect for those looking for a lighter yet delicious meal option.

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