Starting The Year Off Right With Jennie-O

Hi Everyone! Thank you for stopping by and for your continued support. Hope 2017 is starting off great for you all.

As you all know I’m a Jennie-0 Switch Circle Blogger and throughout the year I’ll be sharing many great recipes featuring products. I’ve been a Jennie-O consumer long before I became a Jennie-O Switch Circle Blogger and we continue to enjoy their quality products year after year.

Below is my latest dish, now it was supposed to be a Lettuce Wrap Meal, however, the Commissary was out of so much because of weather many trucks haven’t made their deliveries so I got literally the last bag of pre-cut organic salad mix! Anyway, the meal was quite tasty, as well as filling and I hope you enjoy!

This Recipe features:
Jennie-O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast:

1 teaspoon of Coconut Oil or Olive Oil to brown the Ground Turkey in
1 lb. Package of Jennie-O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast
1/2 – 1 lb. of fresh Asparagus, washed, trimmed and cut or snap into bite sizes
1 large cleaned Portabella Mushroom, trimmed and sliced
5 oz. can of sliced Bamboo Shoots, drained
1/4 cup of vegetable stock
1/4 cup of your favorite Hoisin Sauce
Pinch of Salt and Pepper
1 teaspoon of chopped or minced Garlic or about 2 cloves chopped or sliced

Now as you read above I had to use Pre-Cut Salad mix, but you could easily make Lettuce Wraps out of this or it would be tasty over Steamed Rice or Brown Rice, as well.
First, you want to heat your oil over med-low or med heat depending on your range, then add the Ground Turkey, cook until cooked through and lightly browned.

I prepped my Garlic, Asparagus as well as my Portabella Mushroom while my Jennie-O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast was browning.

Once the Turkey is cooked and browned, then add your Garlic, Asparagus, Mushroom as well as Bamboo Shoots.

I let the Turkey, Garlic, and Vegetables cook over medium heat for 5 mins. At this point I added the Vegetable Stock and Spices (Just not the Hoisin Sauce) I continued cooking for 7 minutes and then I added the Hoisin, I then covered the pan and continued to cook for 2 more minutes. Depending on how cooked you like your vegetables or how fast your food cooks up depending on your range it should be ready to serve, if not continue to cook your vegetables until desired doneness.

Like I mentioned and as shown in the pictured I served ours over pre-cut salad mix, but would be great as tasty, healthy, filling meal as a lettuce wrap, over Brown Rice, or even Low Fat or Low Carb Wrap or if you don’t mind the Carbs or Calories Steamed Rice.

***As a Jennie-O Switch Circle Blogger this is a sponsored post as I did receive this product for review, however, my views and opinions are my own and I will only give my honest review based on my experience with a product and will only review a product that I have tried.