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stuffed mushrooms
Recipe by: Yvonne Wilhelmi (Health & Culinary Nutrition Coach), Images © Copyright Yvonne Wilhelmi
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Phantastic dinner or lunch option for when you want eat on the lean side. This dish has a high satiety/fullness factor which means it will keeps cravings at bay. So that you are not start munching on unhealthy options. Turkey contains tryptophan, a feel good hormone, and is a great option for night time dishes.
Recipe details:
Mise en place:
Cutting board, knife, oven, stovetop, measuring cup, baking dis, pot
Cook time:
15min
Prep Time:
10min
Passive:
0hours
Recipe Nr.
R#61e4h
Cook time:
15min
Prep Time:
10min
Passive:
0hours
Recipe Nr.
R#61e4h
Ingredients:
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Method:
  1. Heat oil in a pan and saute the turkey, until cooked through.
  2. Add spinach, press Garlic through a garlic press and add and cook for 5 minutes
  3. Add the tomatoes and beans and cook for another three minutes
  4. Wash the mushrooms, remove the stems and add to a baking dish with heads down
  5. Fill mushroom capts with the spinach-turkey mixture and sprinkle with pumpkin seeds, then cover with Cheese
  6. Bake for 15 minutes on 375 F (190 Grad), check in between for the cheese not to turn brown (burn).