Hey there! I’m excited to share my first new recipe of 2017 with you. I know this is a time of year where a lot of people are making resolutions, but personally, I’m just trying to get back into a routine. After a few weeks of extreme relaxation over the holidays (and all of the salty snacks, sweet treats, and lack of exercise involved with that), I’m ready to get back on track. Meaning, planning healthful breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and working exercise into my busy schedule. But also, not beating myself up and not expecting perfection. Who’s with me?
Let’s work on making better choices, but still have fun with it. Jennie-O ground turkey has always been a meal-planning staple for me, dating back to college when I used to make turkey sloppy joes for myself and my roommates. It’s a simple way to create a healthful meal, any day of the week.
This Deluxe Turkey Burger Salad is my jazzed-up version of a healthy eating standard – the bunless burger. But instead of simply wrapping a turkey burger in a big ol’ lettuce leaf and calling it a day, I wanted to make one of those meal-in-itself chopped salads that I love.
I used JENNIE-O® Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast to make miniature “burgers” seasoned with steak seasoning, then served them over a bed of lettuce, along with some tomatoes, onions, avocado, croutons and feta cheese. The creamy sun dried tomato salad dressing is inspired by the sauce served with the awesome turkey burger at the bar my husband and I have dinner at most Tuesday nights. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2017!
Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
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