I’m not sure about ya’ll but I tend to struggle with making well-balanced meals with plenty of veggies, proteins, and carbs. One of the easiest ways for me to get a filling, healthy, and well-balanced meal is by making bowls! In this post I’m going to be sharing with you a new bowl recipe that I made for myself for the week. I’m really excited about sharing this meal with you all, because it was kind of an experiment of flavors and new things, and I was nervous about how it would turn out, and it ended up being AMAZING. It is extremely healthy, flavorful, filling, and something you don’t need to feel guilty about eating at all; and I’m going to call it my summertime meal prep bowl just because it’s so refreshing and green.

*quick tip: one thing I love about this recipe is that it can easily be made into a vegan/vegetarian meal by simply replacing the ground turkey with tofu or jack fruit and it’ll still be just as delicious.

Ok, before I lose you I’ll get on with the ingredients and steps.

Ingredients:

  • ground turkey
  • edamame
  • cauliflower hash (cauliflower, carrots, celery, all chopped finely)
  • one whole cucumber
  • rice/quinoa
  • soy sauce
  • minced garlic
  • pepper
  • nature’s seasoning
  • steak seasoning

Steps:

  1. season the ground turkey with some pepper, nature’s seasoning (or whatever your favorite seasoning mix is),  some steak seasoning, minced garlic, and begin to brown the turkey.
  2. While the turkey is browning start cooking the rice/quinoa in a separate pot.
  3. After the turkey is browned mix in the cauliflower hash and let that simmer for a bit.
  4. while that is simmering cut up the cucumber into slices and then those slices in halves and pepper the cucumber, also cook the edamame and pepper and add a bit of soy sauce to the edamame.
  5. Once the cucumber and edamame are cooked/sliced add those to the turkey/cauliflower hash and mix in with a bit of soy sauce and a bit more of the minced garlic.
  6. When your rice or quinoa is done cooking mix it in with the rest of the food.
  7. serve and enjoy.
*quick tip. When adding the seasonings, soy sauce, and/or garlic it’s all to taste. I don’t like telling people how to cook exactly like me because I may like more garlic than you or you may like something more than me.

Let me know what you think of this meal! I hope ya’ll enjoy it as much as I do!

remember to Live Your Con{FIT}dent You!

 

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