Lime and Cilantro Grilled Turkey Cutlets Recipe

Grilled turkey cutlets, lime cilantro turkey, paleo turkey cutletsThis one one of the first recipes I made when I began “cooking” on my own after I left the nest. I was eating a lot of cheap Mexican in my college days, so that is probably where I got my inspiration.

It’s super basic, healthy and extremely delicious, which is an incredible combination; no wonder it’s the only recipe from my early 20s that remained in the rotation — pretzel keg and Ramen noodles no more (thank goodness).

While this recipe calls for turkey cutlets, this works great with pork or chicken as well. Serve with some cauliflower rice or veggies and eat up! Yum.

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Paleo Ground Turkey ‘Garbage’ Stir Fry

paleo ground turkey recipe, clean eating turkey recipeThis dinner is the epitome of “throwing it together.”

I have made it many times, in many different ways. It simply requires looking in your fridge, realizing you have nothing to make for dinner, and throwing a bunch of things into a pot. I’m grateful that this form of cooking always seems to work out for me. In fact, this may be my favorite type of dinner to make, as it requires very little prep, virtually no planning, and it has this “Top Chef quick fire challenge” feeling to it. I always feel very proud of myself for making it work. Go me.

I usually have some frozen ground turkey meat in the freezer — and my fresh herb garden always helps — but this would work with any ground protein or dry herbs. Depending on my mood, I will sometimes switch out the sriracha for some coconut aminos if I’m wanting something less spicy. You can mix up the veggies based on what you have available, as well. Enjoy!

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Quick and Healthy Paleo Turkey Cutlets Recipe

Paleo turkey cutlet, healthy turkey cutlets, easy turkey recipeChicken and pork are regulars in my dinner entree rotation — turkey is the other white meat in my house.

Unfortunately, preparing turkey as the pilgrims intended — although delicious — can be a major pain, but if you lose the majority of the bird and keep the breasts, you get all the goodness without all the work.

This marinade is one of my favorites — its quick, it has great flavor and pleases most people — and you can do it with chicken or pork, as well. Enjoy!

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