This week I am sharing some of my staples with you things that I keep...
This week I am sharing some of my staples with you things that I keep around season in and out.
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I was recently talking to my best friend about new ideas for food and she mentioned that she was tired of chicken. When you eat the same thing day in and day out, week after week, month after month, you are bound to get tired, so I try to keep my food options as diverse as possible. Chicken is such a great staple in many clean and healthy food kitchens, but Ground Turkey has become a staple in mine.
Ground Turkey is lean,versatile, and quick to prepare.One thing that I always keep on hand in my house is ground turkey patties. I can pair them with eggs and avocado for breakfast. I can have them with a butternut squash as a snack. I can have them with some clean BBQ sauce alone,or with a side of veggies as a meal. I can smash them up and put them in a whole grain tortilla for a burrito. So many options, that having them prepared and all ready to go is never a bad idea.
Here is how I make them:
- Lean Ground Turkey
- 1 Egg
- Cayenne Pepper
- Garlic Powder
- Trader Joes African Smoke Seasoning
- Trader Joes 21 Seasoning Salute
- Olive Oil or Coconut Oil Cooking Spray (available at Trader Joe's)
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl. (I don't measure my seasonings, just add a heaping helping of them all).
- Mix thoroughly (hand or utensil).
- With a tablespoon, scoop a portion of the seasoned meat into your hand and roll into a ball. (Note: This is the exact same recipe that I use for Turkey meatballs, just skip step 4).
- Flatten the ball into a patty shape.
- Preheat Skillet and Spray with your cooking spray. (Make sure the pan is nice and hot before placing the meat down).
- Place meat on Skillet & spray skillet/meat again with cooking spray.
- When the edges of the patties are brown, indicating one side is seared, flip over.
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees and place patties in oven fro 5-7 minutes depending on how long they have cooked on the stove top. BE CERTAIN THEY ARE DONE BEFORE YOU REMOVE THEM FROM THE OVEN.
**Of course you can finish them on the stove top, but I like my turkey patties to have a nice seared crust on the outside and be soft and juicy on the inside. This is why I sear them on the stove and finish them in the oven.
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