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This slice-and-serve turkey dish is stuffed with Parmesan cheese and panko before it goes into the oven. A fragrant trio of rosemary, lemon and orange juice results in a juicy, flavorful turkey with less than 250 calories. Recipe makes 10 servings at 5 1/2 ounces stuffed turkey. The post 5 Easy Turkey Recipes Under 450 Calories appeared first on Under Armour. (via MyFitnessPal Blog) Prev Article Next Article. Related Posts.

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Doral Editor November 16, 2017. These nutritious turkey recipes are quick and simple and light in calories. Turkey is a wonderful white meat that has many nutritional benefits. It has more protein than any other meat, it is lean and loaded with minerals like iron and zinc.

That is why turkey is featured in so many low-calorie recipes. 5 Low-Calorie Turkey Recipes. Nutrition: 453 calories, 25 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 885 mg sodium, 32 g carbs, 5 g fiber, 11 g sugar, 0 g added sugar, 27 g protein Salad Ingredients: 3 oz Tyson® Grilled & Ready® Fully Cooked. Bacon Bean Bread Cheese Chicken Chicken Breast Egg Fish Ground Beef Ground Turkey Pasta Pork Potato Rice Salad Dressing Turkey Vegetable Browse Low Calorie Recipes Deeper 100-200 Calorie 200-300 Calorie 300-400 Calorie 400-500 Calorie Under 100 Calorie. Counting calories can be difficult, not to mention boring.

This collection of 45 dinners under 450 calories should make it a bit easier for you, and hopefully, more fun! Recipes like Salmon on Spinach Salad and Chicken with Celeriac Mash prove cutting calories doesn’t mean cutting flavour. If you want even more low-cal recipes, be sure to check out the calorie counting feature on the. These healthy meals under 400 calories make meal planning a breeze.

Browse our complete collection of low calorie recipes on Cooking Light. It’s easy to keep track of what you eat when you build a strong portfolio of delicious low-calorie meals. Top 10 Dinner Recipes Under 500 Calories Jason Nowak Updated: Sep. 18, 2018 Make good-for-you main dishes the whole family will love with these top-rated 500 calorie.

These delicious dinner recipes have fewer than 500 calories per serving. 100+ Meals Under 500 Calories. Katie Bandurski Updated: May. 30, 2018. I also recommend trying these wraps with ground chicken or turkey.—Robin Haas, Cranston, Rhode Island.

Get Recipe. 5 / 104. I’ve been trying the 5:2 diet of late — which means two days per week you have to eat under 500 calories. And I’ll tell you — 500 calories isn’t that much.

However I’ve found a few recipes that will fill your belly and are pretty good for you – all but one are under 500 calories.

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Toss half of onions, half of carrots, half of celery, and thyme with 1 tablespoon melted butter in bowl and place inside turkey.

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1 tablespoon oliveoil 2 pounds ground turkey 1 cup uncooked quinoa 1/4 cup chopped carrot

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Sprinkle turkey with 1/4 teaspoon pepper.

“The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day” by Better Homes and Gardens
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Brush turkey breast with 2 tablespoons melted butter, then sprinkle with ½ teaspoon salt and ½ teaspoon pepper.

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Rub entire turkey evenly with remaining 2 tablespoons butter.

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Save the leftover turkey and au jus for other meals or recipes, such as Turkey Rice Soup (page 116).

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Toss thyme and half of vegetables with 1 tablespoon melted butter in bowl and place inside turkey.

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Do not stuff the turkey with hot stuffing, 1/4 cup minced parsley and do not stuff the turkey the day before roasting 2 tablespoons Dijon it!

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Spread vegetable mixture evenly over entire turkey breast.

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Lean turkey cutlets (boneless sliced turkey breast) cook quickly and look elegant, but take care not to overcook them, or they will toughen and dry out.

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  • Can someone help a brother out? I bulked on 5000cal a day at peak bulk and had a hard time gaining weight, i am cutting right now but i just don’t lose weigt and i am already a 1000cal down, and i don’t wanna cut my calories to aggresive, any sugestions?

  • Love your videos man. Always whipping up new fire recipes!! Wish you would put out a video about tracking raw vs cooked meat sometime!! Keep it up

  • Have you ever tried experimenting baking with the zero calorie simple syrup? Every diet baking recipe video I have seen uses at least a half a cup of powdered stevia and they don’t realize that because of the 1 carb per gram, they are adding an extra 250-ish calories to the recipe. Curious if sugar free liquid drops would work.

  • Two tablespoons of guacamole (according to google) is 50 calories while two tablespoons of the Trader Joe’s guilt free is 35 calories. Is a 15 calorie difference worth it?

  • I’m pretty simple! Loved the chicken recipe. I like that you are showing people that they can eat foods they love, it’s a balancing act (Flexible Dieting) ��

  • Pls my name is Naomi from Ghana Pls you are doing so pls teach me some of your basic species.I want to change from cooking for Indians to Cooking for turky people

  • I do my cardio while I watch your videos finally a cooking channel without the annoying introduction just music and delicious food ❤❤❤

  • Season the meat first with seasoning then cook then add your veggies.
    Way more flavor, can add beer or wine and chille pepper for a punch

  • I love your videos. I did not know what to prepare at the time of cooking, until I found your channel and was fascinated, simple and easy to prepare and better healthy food. only one observation the video goes very fast and it is not possible to read the text very well��

  • Just curious as to why no voice over? Makes it hard to cook when you’re constantly having to stop and read the screen. You also have visually impaired people that have expressed they could use voice over too. Just an observation but I’m aware you can do what you chose on your own channel:)

  • What was the weight on that package of turkey? If you’re getting 4 10oz meals out of it that would equal about 2.5 lbs total with everything else added. So was that roughly 3lbs of turkey before it was cooked? Just want to get an idea of what I need to buy to make a weeks-worth.

  • I got so tired with my regular meal prep of spring mix lettuce with corn and half a chicken breast and now I FINALLY found something that’s actually easy to make and lookS really good… THANK YOU!!!

  • Usually do chicken. Had to come here since the only meat left on the shelf was ground turkey caus of this whole COVID-19 thing lol

  • I’ve been doing this for over 5 months now. This is amazing and super easy, hope you can make more of these simple great food preparation vids!

  • hey what’s your serving size? I bought 3lbs of 93/7 ground turkey, but Idk how much ground turkey should I eat for 1 meal. I’m 5’8 and 177lbs, thanks you!

  • Been doing this recipe for about a week for lunch. No exercise. I lift at work and walk alot. I feel full after and dont feel lazy full. I have energy even after 12 hours. Those farts though.

  • My stomach hurt when he said we’re not trying to be Gordan Ramsey here. That dude is a real savage to people in general cooking not just chefs. Oh and great job Shin A.F.!!

  • I like to mix 94/6 turkey with 90/10 beef. Add some Worcestershire sauce after draining and add some pizza seasoning (from Flavor God) when its done.

  • Hi so i bought the same brand ground turkey but it’s 85% lean I’m scared it my ruin my meal prep i did drain do you think it will stop me from losing weight I’m working out with trainer 5x a week?

  • great stuff dan…I usually prep my ground turkey with a mix of garlic paste,chopped greens, peppers, onions, oregano, etc. I will give the taco seasoning a try next time.

  • A fun fact about uncle ben is that he was just a random guy they picked to be the face of the brand because he looked like a nice guy. I don’t even think his name was ben.

  • Tatyana, I made my first Turkey last year using your recipe and my life will never be the same again. Guaranteed making it again this year. Love love love your channel

  • Why uncle ben?? Cuz hes black??
    Jk let me stop. Good content. I have some ground turkey ready to cook. Found your video looking for new ways of cooking it. Thanks!

  • Thank you I’ll be trying this with my family. My son just started playing sports and I just had a baby. I’m looking forward to just eating healthy not to slim down

  • What up man! I’m new to your channel but I just subscribed and I’m going to do some more watching and research on your channel! the meal looks great! I started doing some research and what foods are good to eat for high protein and help cut on some weight loss as well. Looking forward to more content! If you have any advice for working out please SHARE!!!! haha

  • Great job of taking your time and doing this video, they way you cook the turkey is something new to me. I will try it out. Also, the way you cook is super clean. Not mess at all, usually most mens when they cook are messy. A thumbs up to you. Keep it up, practice makes perfect..

  • Sorry but you can’t call this healthy and add salt! This in NOT healthy! Soy sauce is VERY HIGH in SODIUM…….. OMG this is not healthy at all! Be careful trying to teach healthy if you don’t really know what’s healthy!

  • Has anyone done this recipe but using a turkey bag instead? Did it come out good? Please let me know! I’m making my first turkey this year and I’m super nervous ��

  • Looks good. Except it’s not so low sodium. My bf who has high BP would probably feel the effects lol. 2-3 tablespoons of soy sauce is easily close to 3k mg. But not adding any extra salt, using a low sodium soy sauce and less of it would work just as good for a low sodium meal.����

  • I’m thinking that one of dream hot pockets would be some chopped/sliced jalapenos with some form of meat too. I’m also thinking of a lot different Mexican styles too.

  • I’m looking forward to trying this recipe; it looks so good! I do have a question: for the butter spread, can I apply it the day before and let it marinate overnight or is best to apply it prior to cooking the turkey on the day of?

  • I love crunch wraps! I’ll have to definitely try these. I make pretty bare bones crunch wraps. Ground beef, fat free cheese, sugar free bbq sauce wrapped in an xtreme wellness fiber wrap. That’s it lol

  • You had me at pizza and 18g of protein! My pocket would have chicken, bacon, spinach, and ranch… that’s my favorite and it’s the only pizza vid in my channel ��

  • Dude,I made Salam,low moisture mozzerella, banana pepper rings in 4 prices of aunt Millie’s 35 calorie bread, no egg wash added Italian seasoning and melted butter (tablespoon ) and garlic salt.OMG dipped it in classico pizza sauce.Dude I will never order out for pizza again.this saved my diet for those pizza cravings.

  • Dude if you are cutting just cut like a man or do intermittent fasting, nobody has hours to make these intricate recipes every single day…you can eat whatever you want just hit your protein in the mornings damn

  • I will make mine in the sweet and savory side with a cinnamon roll theme sugar and cinnamon out side layer with the filling being bacon.

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  • Please try to do a voice-over istead of using text pleaseeee. It is so hard to make it when you have to press pauze everytime to read it and do it. Also the music is just not that good, a voice-over would be way better pleasee

  • I definately LOVE a good Philly cheese steak hot pocket! Use to be the only hot pockets I bought but then I started actually being aware of calories in food and realized the atrocious calorie count on those things! I could eat 3 of them in a sitting and still be hungry an hour later. I’ve tried the lean pockets in the same flavor, it’s just not the same��

  • A sweet hot pocket would be yummy. My fav combo is chocolate peanut butter maybe with some Reese’s inside or something like that!? ������‍♀️ pizza is my fav though and I will definitely be making these soon

  • Dude how could I do breakfast! Ham and eggs? Bacon and eggs? Sausage and eggs? Ok maybe I’m just in love with eggs lol. Would I scramble and cook the eggs first? Idk man the breakfast hot pockets were always my favorite

  • I was literally cleaning my air fryer while watching this so I can make these for lunch �� my version (not sure how I’d make it macro friendly) would be spinach and artichoke dip stuffed hot pocket!! Oooo or like a crap dip like a crab Rangoon would be fire ��

  • Not pizza, but make some cheesecake frosting w/ the one and only Brownie Batter and make a frosting for the top. Like a toaster strudel ����

  • I know its bizarre but an Oreo hot pocket would be fire lmfao, and then turkey bacon cheese hot pocket, and a pasta hot pocket would be so good haha. thank you for this recipe. I actually use Sara Lee and fat free mozzarella and for the sauce I just use the hunts garlic and herb. that right there cut the macros down a crazy amount. keep up the good work too. I love the new videos man!

  • I would definitely have to do a rendition of my favorite Mellow mushroom pizza the holy shiitake! Lots of different mushrooms then mozzarella, Parmesan cheese, garlic aoli, and probably finish with some sausage for that extra protein!!

  • And tbh man this is not enough fucking food for one week like are you still in elementary school do you have a child diet?1 pound of ground turkey for a week this what you cooked here is two meals for me bodybuilding sure isn’t for everyone

  • My dream hot pocket would have mushrooms, caramelized onions, spinach, roasted chicken, mozzarella and asiago cheese with a side of homemade Alfredo sauce! On a cheat day sour dough bread! ��������

  • My dream hot pocket is full of meatballs, cheese, red sauce, pepperoni and is probably around 1200 calories. They are sold at the local pizzeria and are called calzones. All joking aside, I appreciate these videos. Thanks dude! ��

  • Halloumi Cheese / Lountza (Lean smoked pork loin) / Spearmint.. I know you’ve said only 3 ingredients but also this could go very well along with some diced fresh tomatoes.. Just sayin hehehe…

  • Hey these would be even lowerr calorie with the aunt Millie’s 35 calorie potato bread!!! I’m making this for my weekend pizza craving.great idea boss!

  • This is great. Do you think you can make a version with dough? I like the convenience of the store bought bread but I would love to cut down on the ingredients found in most breads. By the way, I love your pizza recipe book. Best thing ever!

  • Hey Zach please make a video on how to find out the new calorie count/ macros when you use less or more than the serving size in grams please and thank you.

  • I feel so overwhelmed. I’m a female beginner wanting to gain weight I feel excited but overwhelmed on how to do the diet/calculate macros (maths ain’t the best dj khaled lol)

  • I always thought dieting is expensive and ‘healthy’ food costs a lot. Little did I know. I got my diet plan from Next Level Diet and I was able to select foods that fit my budget.

  • Yo, Mike. Is it possible to somehow download a macros excel file like yours? So I’d just put in my personal stats in it n use urs as an example. Thx

  • Damn that’s heartbreaking to see lol �� I weigh 62kg and after calculating my calories in order to gain muscle i need to be eating around 3000 calories. It just sucks cause i will literally be full for more than half the day just from eating the turkey and maybe half the rice. I feel so stuffed eating at around 2000 calories per day. Please does anyone have any suggestions for me on how to reach 3000 calories without being so stuffed?

  • Mike I love your channel and I’m looking at your oldies so I bet you’ve come around by now. As a landlord I’d smack you if I witnessed you sending pan fat down the drain!! You freaking animal��

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    Where’s the bag of Lays Sour Cream & Onion potato chips (Family Pack), Keebler Vanilla Sugar Wafers, and a gallon of Pierre’s Eggnog ice cream?

    But on a serious note, great advice and meal prep planning.

  • Dude, love your videos! Cheers from Los Angeles! BTW, which part of the UK are you in? There are times when you say things in a way that reminds me of John Lennon. Lol.

  • Buddy….ive watched many videos online. Thousands. Few keep me interested long. Yours are spectacular. Not for throwing out guru like Tony Robbins mantras or super in depth science but you make it easy on the eyes and minds of anyone who watches. Even the flailing beginner can watch and not be overwhelmed. Excellent work and thanks for sharing

  • quality video as always… finally making some progress thanks to your videos..

    also loving the crazy titch and the otther oldskool grime tracks in the vid

  • Hi Mike, a few months ago i have started to follow your videos and i must say they are great. Keep up the good job.

    I am stuck with the following, if i need to consume 3000 calories to reach my goal and with my training i burn let say 300 calories. Does this means i have to consume 3300? because in the 3000 i have already add 500 calories for my bulking.


  • I am a simple man. I dont need proper/massive knife….really? Just say you dont have big knife for now. uh….knife is a status symbole or what?

  • I really don’t buy this for a second…I eat 3200 calories a day…how do I require more calories than you when you are triple my size?

  • Hey @mikethurston. Great vid. Stumbled across your channel looking for some pointers on nutrition and cutting. I really like your spreadsheet for tracking nutrition, don’t suppose I can get it?

  • I hardly ever comment buy this was one of the best videos on nutrition I’ve ever seen. You are so runny and a great cook. The prep seems simple enough to follow. And respect to you for making the excel sheet. Damn that is dedication.

  • Another great video mate. If I can give you a tip dude, get a bigger decent knife and a steel for sharpening. Takes seconds each day to run your knife over and everything cuts like butter. Plus it’s so satisfying lol.

  • I’m prepping my turkey now but I’m gagging uncontrollably..I nearly died when I saw the neck. This is my first time handling a bird this big. So creepy. ��anyways..Your recipe inspired me to make it so here I go. Wish me luck and have a Happy Holidays everyone❤️

  • This Year was my 1st Time making my Own Turkey. I took this EXACT RECIPE & O-My, Everyone Loved my Turkey it was SO Juicy THANK YOU so much for this Video ♥️

  • I just want to come on here real quick and say… THANK YOU SO MUCH for this recipe. I was extremely nervous especially since it was my first time cooking a huge turkey. My family devoured the entire turkey and they kept asking who or what taught me this recipe. I look forward to making this recipe again next year for Thanksgiving ��

  • I do well with making the turkey but every year I struggle with the gravy. fortunately, I came across your video and I am shooketh! My gravy was so tasty and smooth. and really easy peasy. It really made the meal all that more enjoyable. Thank you so much!

  • I am sooooo excited to make my first turkey. I al all kinds of butterflies in my tummy and anxiety. I hope I don’t screw it up. Only thing I’m missing are rosemaries and thyme. Couldnt find it at my local supermarket. Otherwise I have everything else

  • I would love to try this recipe tomorrow,finger crossed �� I hope to do a good job. You look beautiful and you are a good cook too.

  • Great video(s) Tatyana. Easy to follow for am amateur cook like myself. I currently have my 20lb tom in the refrigerator in the brine mix you so clearly explained. As far as the gravy, will the recipe be enough to accommodate the larger turkey? I feel like doubling the ingredients might be too much. But you’re the expert. Any suggestions?

  • Hey I am so excited to try ur recipe, but for that, do I need to marinade or brine the turkey for a day or two using the butter spread?

  • i made this as a meal prep with no salt, but ended up combining everything. so basically turned out to be fried rice lol and the siracha helped a lot in flavor and kick ����

  • Ok Tatyana 2 more questions can I swap out the dry basil for rosemary Or just leave it be being that I’m putting fresh rosemary in the turkey and other question the basting butter is it salted or unsalted I’m so excited

  • Hosted my 1st friendsgiving yesterday and made my 1st turkey ever! This recipe was a hit. All my friends loved it and it was really easy to make. I’ll definitely be using it again in the future. I loved it!

  • I used a lot of this recipe last year and it was a HUGE hit. This year I’m cooking a bigger turkey, 18-20 lbs. Do you recommend tenting the turkey while its baking or baking it the same as you did in this video?

  • Hi Tatyana,
    We hosted our first Friendsgiving yesterday and I made your turkey for the first time. It was delicious! So juicy that every time I poked it to test the temperature the juices just squirted out. I just wish I’d bought a larger turkey because it went so fast. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Great simple video, just gained a new subscriber! Watching my sodium intake, so just made my own low sodium homemade taco seasoning since I like it spicy. Next time I’ll read the comments to see how many pounds of turkey you used, off to buy 2 more lbs to add.

  • Did you cover the turkey the entire time with foil or just after u put the chicken broth in and the two hour mark?? I have a 22lb turkey

  • I’m hosting my first thanksgiving dinner this year so I’m nervous and excited to try this recipe. I hope it comes out just as perfect as your looks

  • Hi Tatyana! I’m a new subscriber.:)
    I’m looking to try a new turkey recipe this year, something more garlic herb instead of citrusy and your recipe looks fantastic!

    For the best flavorful turkey, do you think it’d make a difference if fresh herbs are used for the butter flavoring? Thanks in advance!!

  • This is the best butter spread ever. I tried it, and it was soooo good. You can also use the butter spread recipe for many other items, such and french fries(with a little cheese)������������

  • Thank you so much. I wish you very merry Christmas. Today I made my turkey with your recipe for first time in my life. Was great. Thank you

  • thanks Tatyana your recipe helped me a lot, it’s the first turkey I make and it’s delicious, all the spices gave it an exquisite flavor, I’ll definitely do it again!!

  • Thank youuuu!!!!! It was my first time to cook a turkey. It turned out perfect! It smelled amazing and tasted amazing! Super easy to follow! The whole family loved it!

  • I see you did a few tricks of Gordon Ramsay (the seasoning with butter under the turkey skin). I don’t know if you knew it or not. But I trust BOTH yours and his recipes. Great looking turkey.

  • Hey bro. Thanks for the meal prep idea. Especially since it’s low carb. I’m doing keto so I ommited the salsa but it’s still an awesome recipe.

  • Wow! Thank you so much; looks fantastic! I’m definitely going to use your recipe, because the spices are what I normally use anyway with poultry. I KNOW it’s going to be great! Thanks again ����