Сhicken and rice casserole
🍳 30 min
🔥 1545 cal
✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova
A healthy and quick recipe for everyday lunch or dinner. A well-cooked turkey is not only extremely tasty and fragrant but also very beneficial for your body. The low fat content, and therefore the very low cholesterol content, makes turkey an indispensable product for those who follow weight loss diets.
100 g (½ cup)
50 g (1 pieces)
100 g (½ pieces)
Red bell peppers sliced
50 g (½ cup)
50 g (½ pieces)
50 g (½ cup)
30 g (½ pieces)
40 g (1 cup)
Salt, Italian seasoning, Soy sauce, Butter 82.5%
Please follow the next steps:
Preheat the oven to 200°C / 392°F
Cut the turkey breast and rub it with salt and spices (such as oregano or Italian herbs) to taste.
Wrap in foil and bake for 20-25 minutes.
Meanwhile, place the quinoa in a pot, cover it with cold water in a ratio of 1:3, and simmer over medium heat for 15-20 minutes. Add salt to taste
Add the butter and soy sauce to cooked quinoa, stir
Serve the quinoa, turkey, and sliced vegetables on one boil plate. Garnish with lime. Enjoy!
Turkey breast (without skin) is the most dietary type of meat - 100 grams of turkey contains only 83 kcal. Skinless chicken filet combined per 100 grams of chicken contains 164 kcal.
Use pineapple, lemon or pomegranate juice for a meat tenderizer.
Lunch, Dinner, Low-carb, Turkey
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