Pickled Peppered Turkey Recipe + Winner
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Peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers….
Who else did all those silly tongue twisters when they were younger? That’s exactly what I think of when I say Pickled, Peppered Turkey!
Some of the best recipes I’ve come up with were recipes with odd combination ingredients put together when I was missing ingredients for one of my go-to recipes. I was missing my usual zucchini or celery that I add to ground turkey. What did that lead me to find out? Sweet peppers, pickles, and spicy mustard flavors REALLY, really complement each other! Accidental awesome anyone??
Pickled Peppered Turkey
Makes four servings:
- 16 oz ground turkey (I use 93% lean)
- 1 whole egg
- 2-4 tbsp spicy mustard
- 2 tbsp mustard
- Spices to taste: Sea-Salt, Pepper, White Pepper, Dill, Italian Seasoning Blend, Dried onions
- 2 pickles
- 4 mini sweet peppers
- Non-stick spray or oil
- Mix ground turkey, egg, spicy mustard, mustard, spices together.
- Cut up pickles & sweet peppers.
- Add pickles & peppers to ground turkey mix.
- Spray or oil pan and put mixture into pan on medium high heat.
- Cook until browned.
- Makes four 4-oz servings.
- Serve with sides (Pictured here with green bean “fries” and a sweet potato with coconut oil.)
Note – Cooking covered with a lid leads to meat that is slightly more moist, cooking uncovered leads to meat that is slightly more browned. I personally prefer cooking this recipe uncovered!
I’d LOVE it if you’d join me here too…
So tell me…!
- What is your favorite ground meat?
- What are some odd flavor combinations you’ve tried and really liked?
- What #accidentallyawesome food combinations have you come up with?