Ingredients

  • Extra lean ground turkey
  • Yam/sweet potatoes
  • Steamed seasonal veggies
  • Onions
  • Olive oil
  • Spices: garlic, oregano black pepper, Himalayan salt,
  • Fresh lime/lemon

$14.00

Turkey Biscuit (family)

$14.00

Ingredients

  • Extra lean ground turkey
  • Yam/sweet potatoes
  • Steamed seasonal veggies
  • Onions
  • Olive oil
  • Spices: garlic, oregano black pepper, Himalayan salt,
  • Fresh lime/lemon

Size Regular(1 pc) Large
Calories 430 700
Protein 26 40
Carbs 37 70
Good fat 4 9
Fiber 8 14
Sugar 1 1
Sodium 587 mg 885 mg
Cholesterol  80 mg 120 mg

 

How we prep & cook

Extra lean ground turkey breast mixed with turmeric, fresh onion, garlic, himalayan salt, black pepper, olive oil and fresh lime, oregano and oven cooked. Serve with steam seasonal vegetables and yam or sweet potatoes. Like all of our meals serve with fresh lime.

Cook with passion and serve with Love!

Why this meal?

Turkey is a good source of healthy lean protein, niacin, vitamin B6 and the amino acid tryptophan. Apart from these nutrients, it is also contains zinc and vitamin B12. it's smart to keep it in your diet.

The nutritional and biological value of turkey meat is defined by its essential amino acid content and ratio, as well as its digestibility. Its proper breeding gives it high nutritive, taste and culinary qualities.

If you are looking for a lean cut of meat, turkey is excellent. A 3-ounce serving of skinless white meat contains 26 grams of protein, barely 2 grams of fat, and under 1 gram of saturated fat.

Turkey is also a good source of arginine. As with other amino acids, the body uses this one to make new protein. Arginine is also the raw material for making nitric oxide, a substance that relaxes and opens arteries. Whether foods rich in arginine help keep arteries open has prompted both research and debate.

Turkey and its products have a favorable reputation as nourishing and healthy foods. The composition of raw turkey meat depends on factors such as diet, age, sex, and growth environment. Consumers recognize turkey like a good protein source. Turkey meat is easily digestible, contains all the essential amino acids, and is a good source of the B vitamins and iron.