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My Favorite Healthy Way To Use Leftover Christmas Turkey


Christmas is about the turkey and turkey is about the remains! A similar thing happens quite a long time, you enjoy on a monster flying creature, guaranteeing yourself this year it will all get eaten! Obviously, you are left with turkey for a considerable length of time!

Turkey Dinner : Stock Photo


So in the event that you are hoping to utilize Christmas day as a definitive cheat day and get back on your eating routine come boxing day, that left over winged creature of succulence can be incredibly enticing. In this way, the best way to beat enticement is to utilize your remaining turkey in a solid extra Christmas turkey formula.

For me by and by, this season of year is about warm nourishment, notwithstanding when watching your weight. I cherish a decent plate of mixed greens, however when it is now chilly outside, you require something warm on your stomach, regardless of the possibility that it something low in calories.

My most loved approach to utilize my remains is in an incredible Thai curry. I need to impart my own formula to you and trust you will try it out and adore it as much as I do. Additionally, because of various sustenance sensitivities, my formula is likewise nut and gluten free!

Sound Turkey Thai Curry With Two Color Rice

Aromatic Thai Panang Curry : Stock Photo

Well let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a curry on boxing day! So why not make it a fragrant, softly spiced, thai curry. With some new veggies, remaining turkey and conventional blend of thai flavors, this is an epic winter hotter.

I likewise just ever make Egyptian style two shading rice. My Egyptian relative demonstrated to me best practices to make it and it beats plain old bubbled rice quickly! It adds such a great amount of flavor to rice that I can’t eat it some other way!

For me, I don’t care for utilizing glues as a part of curries et cetera. The best way to make certain of the quality and substance of what you’re making is by doing it starting with no outside help. Get out your blender and a vast, substantial dish and also a pan for your rice.

The entire dish comes in at around 400 calories, so abandons you bounty to play with for whatever is left of the day.


Thai Curry Paste:

1 stick of lemongrass

2 3D squares of peeled crisp ginger (1cm thick)

1 red stew pepper

4 huge garlic cloves peeled

1 tablespoon of tomato puree

1 tablespoon of olive oil


1 measure of peeled and hacked butternut squash

2 measures of remaining turkey

2 ½ measure of low fat chicken stock

Daintily cut red and yellow ringer pepper strips

1 hacked onion

½ container low fat coconut drain

2 measures of washed long grain rice

2 lime wedges and some coriander sprigs for serving


Put the majority of the elements for the glue into a blender and blend until a glue like consistency.

Put the glue into the skillet on a medium warmth and include the vegetables and remaining turkey and daintily sear for around 5 minutes. At that point include the coconut drain and mix well. Gradually include ¼ of the chicken stock while blending. Cover the dish and leave to stew.

Include 1 tablespoon of olive oil to a medium pan and include ¼ of the washed rice. Delicately broil the rice on a high warmth until it turns brilliant cocoa. At that point include whatever is left of the a squeeze of salt and pepper and whatever remains of the chicken stock. Mix the rice well to ensure it is completely secured by the stock, cover with a top and leave on a low warmth for 20 minutes.

Evacuate the top and verify whether the sum total of what fluid has been consumed by the rice and blend well. On the off chance that there is still fluid obvious recoup for a further 10 minutes and check once more. At the point when the greater part of the fluid is no more extended obvious, recoup and leave for five further minutes.

Plate up the rice. Reveal the curry and give it a decent blend. Add the curry to the plate and embellishment with a few sprigs of coriander and a cut of lemon.

Christmas turkey : Stock Photo

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Give this sweet-smelling turn on turkey a go and see what you think. Tell me how you get on in the remarks underneath.

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