The SBTZ Turkey Skillet
Stuck in a cycle of boring meal prep? Add some variety to your diet with the SBTZ turkey skillet! It's strong, bold, tasty, zesty, and guaranteed to help you grow!
What's the most important thing in a diet? Variety. I cook turkey 2-3 times a week, but I change things up every time. After all, the same recipe gets boring. Today I'm going to introduce you to the SBTZ Skillet. Why SBTZ? Because it's strong, bold, tasty, and packs plenty of zest!
SBTZ (Strong, Bold, Tasty, Zesty) Turkey Skillet Recipe Everyday Beast
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As you probably guessed, good spices are the key to this dish. The scallions bring a bold flavor, while cilantro adds some tang and zest. With the addition of these game changers, you're sure to pack in the oomph that's been missing from your meals. Looking to add even more zest? Try squeezing in the juice of a fresh lemon for an added kick!
More Benefits of the SBTZ
This recipe is Everyday Beast-approved for a variety of reasons, but the biggest benefit is that it's a one-pot dish that creates multiple killer meals. By combining 93 percent-lean ground turkey and a variety of vegetables—including Roma tomatoes and mushrooms—with garlic, cilantro, and scallions, you get a one-pot wonder that yields 4-5 servings!
When you're eating this dish, the veggies are hearty, the texture is on point, and the combination of cilantro and lemon brings together an amazing taste. Pair this turkey with your favorite complex carb, whether that be sweet potatoes or brown rice, and get ready to grow!
93% lean ground turkey 3 lbs.
Mushrooms, quartered 1/2 lb.
Roma tomatoes, diced 4
Green onion, finely chopped 1 bunch
Garlic, smashed and minced 5 cloves
Cilantro, roughly chopped 1 bunch
Red pepper flakes to taste
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
- Heat a large, nonstick skillet on the stove on medium-high heat. Preferably, choose a skillet that's about 1-2 inches deep and has a lid.
- Brown the turkey in the skillet until a light crust forms on the bottom.
- While the turkey is still slightly pink, add in the garlic and red pepper flakes. Continue to brown the turkey.
- Add in fresh veggies. Start with the mushrooms, since they have a longer cook time. Save the cilantro and scallions for the end. Add salt and pepper.
- Once your turkey is done cooking, add in the remaining ingredients. Allow the skillet to cook for another 1-2 minutes.
- Taste, adding more seasoning if needed. Cover and reduce heat, letting everything simmer for 5-10 minutes.
- Drain off the liquid to cut a few grams of extra fat, or stir and enjoy the added flavor. Dig in!
Serving size: 8 oz.
Recipe yields: 5 servings