Have you ever met a Turkey who was stressed out? I have! I had this friend who happened to be a Turkey. His name was Frank. Frank was about 39 years old and he had worked since the age of 12. Frank was a simple Turkey who had a good job and a good family. He worked in the city for the last 20 years of his life. Frank drove from the suburbs to his office in gridlock fighting traffic everyday. He drove 90 minutes one way each morning. When he arrived at work he would sit in a very small cubicle punching the clock feeling stressed out. Frank was thankful he had a good job and he had food on his table. But, for the last couple of years something was stirring in Frank’s little Turkey heart. He wanted to have more of a purpose and he wanted to do something really great with his life. One day on his way home he noticed a new advertisement on the side of the road. It read “Looking for healthy lean Turkeys to donate their time on an Organic Farm.” Frank took the number down and called the next day. Before the end of the month, Frank had enrolled himself in a Turkey Boot Camp. All his expenses were paid and his family was well taken care of. The camp included daily exercise in a free roaming grassy field during the day, massages at noon, organic GMO-free corn for dinner and a comfortable bed to sleep on under the stars at night. Frank knew that the world was headed in the wrong direction and he wanted to sacrifice himself for the good of all humanity. Frank knew that too many people across the world were eating bad meat filled with too many chemicals and were becoming sick from all types of Cancers. Frank knew his time in life was short. He felt honorable donating his now chiseled Turkey body that was high in protein and lean in fat. How tasty he knew he was going to be to someone who needed him. This recipe is dedicated to Frank. He sacrificed so much time in the gym and eating the right corn. Let’s remember Frank and give his recipe a shot. (Photo is of Frank below. R.I.P)
TURKEY THAI RECIPE
3-4 ounces of Organic or Natural Turkey Breast chopped small pieces.
3-5 sprays of Organic Olive Oil Non-Stick Spray
1/2 of Organic White Onion chopped
1 Whole Organic Scallion chopped
1 cup of Bean Sprouts
1-2 servings of Organic Marinated Artichokes in a jar
1 tablespoon of Organic Parsley by Simple Organics
1 to 2 teaspoons of Sriracha Sauce
1/2 Organic Lemon squeezed
Pull out a nice size cooking skillet or Wok. Wash and clean your Turkey Breast. Dry turkey and cut on cutting board into small pieces. Take out your onion, scallion and bean sprouts. Wash your scallion and bean sprouts. Chop your onion and scallion into small pieces. Heat your skillet on medium high. Spray skillet with Non-stick Olive Oil. Place onion and scallion into heated pan. Brown onions. Add in your turkey pieces. Cook turkey until no pink is showing. Add in your bean sprouts and mix for a few minutes. Add in your marinated artichokes and parsley, mix with cooking spoon. Lower heat to low temperature and add in your Sriracha Sauce. Lastly, drizzle your half lemon over the top. Total meal should only take you 15 to 20 minutes at the most. Serve on a nice plate and enjoy.
Sometimes it can be difficult to find all Organic Turkey in some grocery stores. Try and find the second best if that seems to be an issue by purchasing from a company that’s free of hormones and antibiotics. When purchasing bean sprouts, be sure to make them within two days. Bean Sprouts tend to go bad quickly.
Purpose of dish:
The purpose of this dish is to feed your muscles lean protein without it being difficult to digest. The onions contain sulfur, which helps your liver to make glutathione. Glutathione is your master antioxidant and acts as your head clean up crew in your body. The Parsley is high in Vitamin C which boosts your immune system. Parsley also helps regulate your blood pressure. Turkey is high in zinc and iron.
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