This is my go-to quick comfort meal, especially on cold days. I sometimes add warm spices (coriander, turmeric, cinnamon, etc) for a twist. It's such a versatile dish. Love it!
I thought this was a surprisingly good recipe. We didnt have any olives and used honey crisp apples. We put it in wraps with swiss cheese and spinach, and it was great!
This recipe came out delicious. I used 1lb of turkey instead of the 8oz and just doubled the ingredients that were listed here. I truly enjoyed this. The meat was tender and juicy. I served it brown rice. I will definitely make this again.
i liked cooking this recipes i thought it would be bland , but i added some sweetcorn and chilli powder spice to give it alittle kick and a tbsp of sour cream and it was lovely.
Fast and easy recipe! I substituted the ground turkey for spicy turkey sausage. It added a bit more of a kick to the dish. I didn't have cloves on hand but honestly didn't miss it. The added scallions gave it a beautiful complete look! I served it on top of vegetable quinoa.
Soooooooo good!!I make 6 servings of this recipe and have it for lunch at work the entire week. I've just changed my diet to start eating healthier and low calorie and this works well. It's quick and easy. I just love it! Thanks eating wellPros: The mixture of flavorsCons: Nothing
Soooooooo good!! I make 6 servings of this recipe and have it for lunch at work the entire week. I've just changed my diet to start eating healthier and low calorie and this works well. It's quick and easy. I just love it! Thanks eating well Pros: The mixture of flavors Cons: Nothing
Cold-weather goodness I was a little skeptical as I was making this...but surprised by how good it was! I don't like olives, so left them out but other than that made just as instructed. Served over rice it was delicious, but I really want to try it with tortillas next time because I'm sure the tastes will compliment perfectly. It was like, the more I ate it - the better it tasted, and very flavorful and satisfying. Also great the next day for lunch.
Good Family Food This was different than most "burrito-type fillings" and I felt good about serving it since it had more fiber and vitamins. We liked it over brown rice. Pros: Healthy, Taste appeals to kids & adults Cons: None
Way too much Cider VinegarThis would have been really good, if there wasn't so much vinegar. Decrease the vinegar to 1 tsp.
Way too much Cider Vinegar This would have been really good, if there wasn't so much vinegar. Decrease the vinegar to 1 tsp.
We really liked this, although I made a few changes. I used a pound of ground turkey and a can of diced tomatoes instead of the whole tomato. I also had to substitute black olives because I didn't have green. I added a bit more of all of the spices and also added cayenne pepper to spice it up a little more. Delicious!
My family absolutely LOVED this dish! I had to double the recipe--I'm not sure why you would cook only 8oz. of ground turkey--and it was superb. Yes, I even used two apples and two chopped tomatoes. We scooped the finished product onto warmed flour tortillas (fajita-size), and added lettuce and a sprinkle of shredded cheese. My husband added sour cream, and said he liked having the creamy texture in his "burrito," but it didn't taste that good. I'm thinking maybe next time I'll make some type of yogurt mix to add. Personally, I liked it "as-is." My seven-year old son loved it. It's different than anything I've ever made, and the taste was unexpected, but in a good way. With the cloves, it also had a seasonal taste (autumn, harvest, cider). We'll definitely be adding this to our list of favorite meals.