Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Lettuce-turkey wrap

Before going on anything, first I want to give a big thanks to all my blogger friends for their wishes for my son’s speedy recovery. He is feeling a but well. I will share in details on my “Five on Friday”. Till then please enjoy a simple recipe, which is easy to make yet delicious and healthy.



One pound ground turkey

One medium sized onion

Few french bean

Green, orange,yellow, red bell peppers

One fourth cup dried cranberry

One fourth cup cried cherry

One fourth cup raisins

Few fresh basil leaves

One fourth cup wine vinegar

Salt and pepper

Two tbsp. of oil 

Six-seven leaves of romaine lettuce

Cut beans into small pieces.


Method:


Finely chop the onion.

Take one-fourth of each bell pepper, and cut into small pieces.

Heat oil in a pan in medium.

Add chopped onion, stir. Let it cook for five to six minutes. 

Add chopped beans, mix well, and cook for another few minutes, covering the pan.

Add all the bell pepper, and mix well. Let it cook, until all the vegetables are little tender.

Add ground turkey (or chicken), mix well with the vegetables.

Add salt and pepper, mix well, and let it cook covering the pan.

Stir time to time, and check the vegetables.When the vegetables are almost done, add chopped fresh basil leaves, and wine vinegar.

Cook until all the vegetables are tender, and the curry is totally dry.

Wash the lettuce leaves. Dry them with kitchen towel.

Arrange the leaves on a big plate.

Distribute the turkey on the lettuce leaves.


You can also eat the mixture with rice, or putting inside tortilla. However, it tastes more delicious on lettuce leaves. 

25 comments:

Rafa Oliveira said...

Great recipe.

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NanaDiana said...

That does look good! Prayers for you son continue. xo Diana

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Your turkey wraps look so delicious and healthy. I'm happy to hear your son is doing better. Have a happy day. ♥

Angela said...

Sounds good and healthy. I like Turkey, actually both of us in our house enjoy eating turkey. Thanks for the recipe.

Beauty Unearthly said...

Lovely post dear!

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Terra said...

Yum.

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JoJo said...

My mouth is watering!

Margaret-whiteangel said...

I bet that is tasty, we often have poultry and such inside lettuce leaves.

Luana said...

I wanna try! seems delicious!

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Stephanie said...

Mmmm... these look amazing, my friend! I love just about anything wrapped in lettuce {{smiles}}

Please know that your son is in my prayers. Love and hugs to you!

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Krishna,
This food looks delicious.
Greetings.
Lucja

Svetlana Shkrebtan said...

Looks so tasty! I would like to try it ♥

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eileeninmd said...

Hello, your lettuce wraps looks delicious. I love them! YUM! Enjoy your day and weekend!

Prims By The Water said...

These look YUMMY! Janice

Rajesh said...

Very much inviting.

Mildred said...

Thanks for the great sounding recipe! Have a nice Friday.

Kathy Leonia said...

have a good day:)

Irreplaceable_fashion said...

wow amazing food:)
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Moj mali kutak said...

Mmmm, looks so yummy!
Thank you for sharing!
Have a nice weekend, dear!

Sandra said...

Bom aspecto, deve ser delicioso. Bom fim de semana. Felicidades.

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Looks yummy, Krishna. It photographs well too. Thanks for your kind visit and Happy Fall..Judy

Nancy Chan said...

Delicious! Have a happy weekend!

Magic Love Crow said...

Thank you for the yummy recipe! Prayers are being continually sent for your son! Big Hugs!

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