Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls

Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls

Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls made from ground turkey mixed with garlicky green beans and tossed in an Asian inspired sauce. This dish is served with a side of mixed vegetables and rice.
PREP TIME
10 Minutes
COOK TIME
25 Minutes

Per Serving – Makes 5

468 Calories

49g C | 33g P | 16g F

How to Make Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls

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Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls

Honey Garlic Turkey Bowls made from ground turkey mixed with garlicky green beans and tossed in an Asian inspired sauce. This dish is served with a side of mixed vegetables and rice.

PER SERVING – MAKES 5

468 CALS

PREP TIME

10 MINUTES

COOK TIME

25 MINUTES

CARBS PROTEIN FAT
49g 33g 16g

NUTRITION INFO

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Demetris Thomas

    5 stars
    Really wanted to try out this recipe. Grocery store was out of ground turkey, but I forgot I had ground chicken in the freezer. I thought the flavors would mix well with chicken as well. I was right. I added Korean chili flakes to the green beans for more of a flavor boost. Quick and easy recipe. Thanks!

  2. Kev

    I like to make batches for around 7 days and sometimes rotate meals, can this one be frozen? Was not mentioned in the Video.

  3. Regina Felder

    4 stars
    made this tonight. I used frozen green beans. microwaved them first. good flavors in this meal

  4. Leslie

    5 stars
    I made this recipe tonight. It was sooo good. I was skeptical of the sauce…would it be flavorful enough?! It totally was. Shows that you need less than you think to flavor things. When I started looking at labels I was shocked to see a tablespoon of olive oil contains 130 calories. Now when I watch cooking shows and watch the cook haphazardly throw in oil I cringe. That shit adds up fast!! Thanks Josh for taking the guess work out of heathy meal planning.!!

  5. Debra Duffy

    5 stars
    Just a note: the video on this recipe shows you cutting 2 red peppers while the recipe in the index says 1 red pepper. I’ve come across this before with another recipe which I can’t recall at this moment.

    1. Anmarie Whitelark

      5 stars
      The video has more than 5 servings.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Demetris Thomas

    5 stars
    Really wanted to try out this recipe. Grocery store was out of ground turkey, but I forgot I had ground chicken in the freezer. I thought the flavors would mix well with chicken as well. I was right. I added Korean chili flakes to the green beans for more of a flavor boost. Quick and easy recipe. Thanks!

  2. Kev

    I like to make batches for around 7 days and sometimes rotate meals, can this one be frozen? Was not mentioned in the Video.

  3. Regina Felder

    4 stars
    made this tonight. I used frozen green beans. microwaved them first. good flavors in this meal

  4. Leslie

    5 stars
    I made this recipe tonight. It was sooo good. I was skeptical of the sauce…would it be flavorful enough?! It totally was. Shows that you need less than you think to flavor things. When I started looking at labels I was shocked to see a tablespoon of olive oil contains 130 calories. Now when I watch cooking shows and watch the cook haphazardly throw in oil I cringe. That shit adds up fast!! Thanks Josh for taking the guess work out of heathy meal planning.!!

  5. Debra Duffy

    5 stars
    Just a note: the video on this recipe shows you cutting 2 red peppers while the recipe in the index says 1 red pepper. I’ve come across this before with another recipe which I can’t recall at this moment.

    1. Anmarie Whitelark

      5 stars
      The video has more than 5 servings.

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