I seriously never get tired of super easy stir fry dinners! Use whatever vegetables you have on hand, make it spicy or mild, serve it with rice, noodles, or with shredded cabbage for a low carb option. Scroll down for more deets on those options! This recipe works great for meal prep, but I suggest only storing in the refrigerator rather than the freezer.
Ground turkey is one of the most versatile ingredients you'll find at the grocery store , making it an easy choice for your weeknight dinners. Not to mention, it can be the base for almost any kind of cuisine. From Thai lettuce cups and tacos to spaghetti Bolognese, there are few limitations to what you can do with a package of turkey meat. It's also one of the most affordable proteins out there, so if you want to buy it in bulk, you can easily store it in the freezer — it'll keep for about three to four months. These ground turkey recipes turns the easy-to-make ingredient, which usually gets a bad rap for being "boring," into the tasty star of the show. Whether you're choosing it as a healthy substitute for ground beef or simply because you enjoy the flavor more, these ground turkey recipes are sure to keep the whole family happy and reaching for seconds.
Have a super delicious dinner on the table in 15 minutes with this Asian ground turkey and rice bowl recipe! In this recipe, ground turkey is cooked with Asian ingredients like soy sauce, ginger, and rice wine vinegar and then instant white rice is used the 5 minute kind , and everything is cooked and ready to go in 15 minutes! We were both exhausted and the last thing on our minds was dinner. I took a quick nap while he watched Ben, and then when I woke with a grumbling tummy, I knew I need to make something for dinner that was quick. I whipped up these incredible Asian ground turkey and rice bowls, and start to finish, they took only 15 minutes!!!
I was most interested in coming up with a cheap, healthy, and fast version of this beloved dish that anyone can make. This might not be the case for everyone everywhere but I have come accustomed to grabbing for the ground turkey instead of beef. I try to keep my family away from refined sugars and try to stick with natural sweeteners if necessary. In this recipe my husband actually preferred the honey flavor over the brown sugar flavor! To start you will want to get your rice cooking, depending on your method or package instructions this will likely take longer than then it takes to cook the turkey, so get it started first.