February 09, 2016
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"This is a tasty low-cal, low-fat recipe I really enjoy. It is quick and easy to put together so it is perfect for a busy weeknight meal."
Heat the peanut oil along with 1 teaspoon of the sesame oil in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat.
Add the ground turkey, cabbage, onion, garlic, ginger, salt and pepper and cook until turkey is no longer pink and cabbage just starts to stick to pan.
Stir in the remaining sesame oil and rice vinegar, taste and adjust seasoning.
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Definitely will make again. Changes I made, I used coleslaw mix(with red cabbage), smoked sea salt, cilantro and topped it off once in a bowl with fish sauce(not store bought but from a Vietnam restaurant).
Fantastic and soooo easy!! I might make it again tomorrow because my husband loved it too????. Try it with a squeeze of lime too!
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What can I say about this recipe? Surely one of the best ground turkey recipes I have tried. AMAZING!!! I love that it has all the makings for one of my favourite Viet Thai dishes: vermicelli noodles with spring rolls. YUM!!! IS it authentic vermicelli bowl? Well, try it and see :)
It was delicious!So fast an easy to make. I used Sichuan pepper and I added some toasted sesame seeds.
Don't let the simple ingredients fool you. This is a really tasty recipe that I know I'll be making again. I used Montreal Steak spice in place of the pepper. The rice vinegar gives the finishing flavour touch.