Spicy Ground Turkey and Green Bean Stir-fry takes only 15 minutes to make and is the perfect quick dinner for a busy night. Plus it's low carb, Paleo, gluten-free, and Whole30 friendly.
I don't know about you but after last week I need a week full of clean meals that are quick and easy. After four straight days of cooking, it's time for some simple, fast recipes that are kind to my waistline. This meal is just the thing. Packed with green beans, lean ground turkey, and a simple spicy Asian stir-fry sauce - this dinner is ready in under 15 minutes and delish.
The key to making this dish stand out from a typical stir-fry is broiling the green beans so they get a nice char. This adds a ton of flavor to the green beans and adds a hint of smokiness to the stir-fry. From there it is just a simple sauce of coconut oil, garlic, ginger, soy sauce (or coconut aminos), rice vinegar, and some Asian garlic chili paste. You can adjust the spice level depending on what you like and could also add a touch of brown sugar or honey if you like things sweet. Just stir it into the soy sauce before adding it to the pan. Served with some brown rice, quinoa, or cauliflower rice and you have a healthy, easy, delicious meal.
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