Thursday, February 2, 2012

Turkey Kebabs

I am constantly looking for new recipes to try.  I look in magazines, I ask friends, I go to blogs, and I check out cookbooks from the library.  Do you do that?  It is kind of dangerous for me since there is a good chance that I may ruin the borrowed cookbook while I am cooking.  I am the type of cook who makes a mess wherever she goes - touches pages with wet and yucky hands, spills spices, splatters oil, etc.  So when I check out a cookbook from the library, I try to keep it on the opposite side of the kitchen.  It appears that this time, it worked!  The cookbook has survived without a burn or a smudge!

This recipe comes from "The Primal Blueprint Cookbook" by Mark Sisson.  It was a fun and easy recipe to make.  If you do not like cumin, I would skip this recipe or omit it!



Turkey Kebabs
adapted from "The Primal Blueprint Cookbook"

Ingredients:
1.5 lbs ground turkey breast
1 garlic cloves
1 T olive oil
1 egg
1/2 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp or less cayenne pepper
2 T finely chopped parsley
1 T finely chopped mint




Instructions:
If you are using wooden skewers, soak them for about 15-20 mins to prevent burning.  Pre-heat your grill or skillet to med-high heat.  Spray grill or skillet with cooking spray.  Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl.  Form elongated turkey meatballs with the mixture.  Thread the elongated meatballs onto the skewers and immediately place on the grill or skillet.  Cook for 6-8 mins and then flip to cook the other side for a similar amount of time.

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9 comments:

  1. These are really fun and cute! I just stuck some ground turkey in the freezer that was about to expire yesterday.

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  2. Ooh! These look nice & easy. I am going to have to share them with some of my competitors in my "game on" diet. They are following the "primal blueprint" diet.

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  3. Yum! We are following a Primal Blueprint diet right now, so I'm on the lookout for new stuff. Thanks!

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  4. These look really good! I have that cookbook on my list of things to look through. Thanks for the good review.

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  5. This looks SO GREAT!!! Thanks for stopping by earlier and for your sweet note! Made my day!!! Can't wait to see your Superbowl Picks {food-wise that is LOL}!

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  6. Yummy! I read The Primal Blueprint not too long ago and I didn't realize they had a cookbook. I've never checked out a cookbook before from the library. I will definitely have to keep it on the other side of the kitchen too. haha :)

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  7. Stopping by from the Thursday Hop to say hello.

    Have a great day!
    POSH

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  8. Cover the recipe with plastic wrap. It helps to keep all the good stuff off the pages. You should see my recipes, some are barely readable due to spillage LOL.

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  9. These look tasty! So glad I found your blog! I gotta add it to my google reader ;)

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