Lean ground turkey contains less saturated fat and cholesterol than lean ground beef and proves to be more than just a suitable substitute in these appetizing recipes.
Turkey breast is lean, but dark meat isn’t, and some ground turkey contains both. Be sure to read the label and buy lean to ensure the nutritional value remains when using ground turkey as a primary meat source in recipes like these.
First up is our recipe for Alicante Turkey Meatballs. Alicante is the name of the city in Spain where this recipe originates. Served with turkey meatballs, this soup is filling, healthy, and a delightful dish to serve to company.