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Quick Curried Turkey Rice Bowl: quick and delicious curried turkey mince with steamed rice is a perfect light meal. Great for Meal Prep as this can be stored in the fridge for up to a week.
The recipe is #glutenfree and perfect for #ketodiet using cauliflower rice
It’s basically a bowl comprising of ground turkey curry with steamed rice.
Absolutely simple yet amazingly delicious. The recipe comes together in under 30 minutes and feeds 4 people.
Once you have all these things together, you can put together your Curried Turkey Rice Bowl in few minutes.
It tastes so good that you won’t be able to stop at one bowl (I can guarantee you that) and this totally screams #comfortfood (without the calories).
First thing first, you need to make the turkey curry using the listed ingredients.
This can be made in a deep pan/ pressure cooker or even instant pot. The choice is yours and you cook it as per you cook any other curry dish.
Since turkey cooks really fast, I’m making it on a stovetop using a deep pan.
Also, since it’s a ‘Turkey Rice Bowl’, hence I’m not adding a lot of water in the Turkey Curry as I don’t want it that thin.
For ‘Bowl Recipes‘, I like to keep it thicker, saucy or absolutely less watery.
Also, these Curried Turkey Rice Bowl are a twist on a popular Indian minced meat recipe called ‘Keema / Qeemah’ which means minced.
It’s traditionally made using red meat such as goat/lamb and some people even use chicken for it.
It’s mostly served as a weekend brunch or holds a place during special dinner as the recipe calls for a lot of spices and above all pure ghee / clarified butter.
Now when you cook with red meat + all this spices and ghee, the recipe tends to get heavy and definitely takes longer to prepare as red meat takes longer to cook.
But when I replaced the meat with turkey (which is lean meat), it cooks much faster and needs less oil and spices.
With so many benefits and on my quest to eat healthy yet delicious, I’m swapping turkey in many of my favorite meat recipes.
Did you know that turkey has 22 grams of protein in each serving.
Now, coming back to the cooking part, if this is your first time cooking curry, you cannot find a recipe easier than this, as I’m using very basic spices like turmeric and curry powder.
And I’m also adding my secret ingredient ‘tomato paste’ which adds so much flavor along with this rich color.
So, chop some onion, get some peas and try making these Curried Turkey Rice Bowl for yourself or share with your entire family.
Perfect for Meal Prep as this can be stored in the fridge for up to a week.
You just NEED to store the Turkey curry separately and rice in a separate bowl.
This is one unique way of adding turkey to your everyday recipes and yet keep it absolutely delicious, healthy and easy to cook.
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** Tomato Paste - you can use raw/diced tomatoes
*** Rice - use any variety as per choice or replace with cauliflower rice for #ketodiet or any other grain/side
**** This Recipe can be stored in the Fridge for upto a week. You NEED to store the Turkey Curry in a separate box and rice separately.