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Smoked Turkey, Kale & Rice Bake

November/December 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (42 votes)

This hearty one-skillet dinner is loaded with celery, kale, tomatoes and quick-cooking brown rice. It’s easy to make the recipe vegetarian by substituting smoked tofu for the turkey.


Smoked Turkey, Kale & Rice Bake Recipe

6 Reviews for Smoked Turkey, Kale & Rice Bake

10/02/2013
Anonymous
Healthy and delicious--what more could you want?

Loved this recipe! I smoked my own turkey loin, which cuts down on the salt, and ends up being much more flavorful than deli meat. Also used left-over "real" brown rice, rather than instant.

Toothsome, variety of texture and flavor, uses KALE!
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01/31/2013
Anonymous
Dee licious and Healthy

YUMMY. couldnt find kale so used swiss chard. also used quinoa instead of the rice, but its ALL GOOOOOOD!

did i mention delicious and healthy
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01/23/2013
Anonymous
Wonderful full of flavor

Made this tonight and with the first bite I thought I would have to have more than one serving but because you get so much and it is so hearty I certainly didn't get a second helping!! Also, never used kale before and got to say that it is really good. Definitely will make again!!

Great flavor
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11/26/2012
Anonymous
Delish, easy and quick!

This bake is so perfect for an easy weeknight meal after a long day! I used smoked tofu, red Russian kale and cooked the rest per the recipe. It took me only about 30 minutes total time, so it was on the table fast. Will be making again. A great way to eat more kale!

Quick, one-pot, easy clean-up, tasty flavor
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11/16/2012
Anonymous
easy and delicious!

After you make your mis en place, you should have no problem putting this dish together...you can use any cheese you want but make sure you watch it in the oven for the cheese can crisp up quickly! Also cooking times vary especially if you want your vegetables to be crisp or softer. Get creative with your proteins!

very healthy
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