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    Lean Ground Beef and Lean Ground Turkey Recipes

    Ok I keep hearing how great Lean Ground Beef and Lean Ground Turkey are for you but I haven't seen many healthy recipes. Without frying them up into meatballs I don't know what to make. Please post some good recipes.
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    Make meatballs by baking them.
    Burgers.
    Brown, rinse, add to pasta.
    Meatloaf.

    I'm assuming your concern is the fat. Buy the leanest you can get and then pat the meat or rinse it when you are done cooking.
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    I like to make turkey chili:

    8 oz ground turkey breast
    1 can Bush's Mild Chili Beans

    Heat skillet and brown ground turkey until it's no longer pink.
    Add beans
    Fill up the empty can with water and pour into skillet twice.
    Add generous amounts of chili powder, onion powder, salt and pepper and stir.
    Reduce heat to medium, cover and cook for ~20min.

    I usually split it into 2 servings

    Calories per serving:340
    Fat:2.5g
    Carbs:35
    Protein:38g
    Fiber:11g

    Like the previous poster said, you can also use it for burgers and pasta or add it to eggs for a protein omelet.



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    Whatever you do that requires bread crumbs, replace it with oatmeal...that goes for meatloaf, meatballs, and whatever else.

    Turkey meatloaf

    1-2 lbs of ground turkey
    1-1 1/2 cups oatmeal
    various peppers, onions, mushrooms, brocollli, etc.

    Good idea is to let the ground turkey soak in a marinade for a while first. Then bake it at 350 degrees F for about 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours rotating it every 20 min or so. You'll know when it's done. And yes, you can replace ground turkey w/meat...that's not even really a question.

    Also, you can make lasagna w/the turkey or meat and just replace the normal egg noodles w/whole grain or brown rice noodles. Throw in whatever else you want in terms of veggies...and use low fat or non-fat cheese.

    You could always just do what I do and bake before you bake. You'll come up w/some crazy concoctions that're really good.
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    get some whole wheat pitas, brown some ground turkey in a skillet with onions and about 4 cloves of garlic, add pepper or other spices you like. Put some of the cooked ground trukey (enough to cover the bottom) in the pita, cut up some tomatoes, cilantro and red onion. Put that over your ground turkey and use some hot sauce...TASTES REALLY GOOD!

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    Originally Posted by txitalian
    I like to make turkey chili:

    8 oz ground turkey breast
    1 can Bush's Mild Chili Beans

    Heat skillet and brown ground turkey until it's no longer pink.
    Add beans
    Fill up the empty can with water and pour into skillet twice.
    Add generous amounts of chili powder, onion powder, salt and pepper and stir.
    Reduce heat to medium, cover and cook for ~20min.

    I usually split it into 2 servings

    Calories per serving:340
    Fat:2.5g
    Carbs:35
    Protein:38g
    Fiber:11g

    Like the previous poster said, you can also use it for burgers and pasta or add it to eggs for a protein omelet.



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    I will be making that! Mmmmmm, sounds so good.
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    Anyways...you can make meatloaf, hamburgers, meatballs, etc etc.

    For meatballs I usually mix the meat with an egg, a little bit of bread crumbs, onion, garlic, Jalapeno pepper for a little spice, roll em up and either throw em in the oven or on the grill (on some foil).

    It's really up to you what you want to put in them, there's tons of recipes, also search google, you'll turn up a lot of stuff as well.
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