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Good quality ground turkey also includes vitamin B6, which means it’s a good, healthier alternative to carnitas or carne asada. This versatile taco recipe from Ambitious Kitchen ticks all the boxes — healthy, fresh, flavorful and easy. And it’s got less than 250 calories per serving!Instructions. Add olive oil to a large skillet and place over medium high heat.

Add diced onions and turkey. Brown the turkey, and break up the meat with a TO MAKE ON THE STOVETOP: add in garlic, tomato sauce water, cumin, chili powder, oregano, paprika, cayenne pepper and salt. Stir to.

These slow cooker tacos come out great with ground turkey, Start by browning the turkey in a skillet and draining off any excess fat. Then simply add it to the slow cooker with the green salsa, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper. Cook on low for 3-4 hours.

Then add to your tacos. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium high heat to coat the pan. Add the ground turkey and brown, about 5 to 7 minutes.

Spray crock pot with non-stick cooking spray and add the ground turkey, beans, salsa, taco seasoning, sugar, cumin, paprika, and hot sauce if desired. Slow-Cooker Turkey Tacos. 0 Ratings. 0 Reviews.

Prep 25 min; Total 7 hr 25 min; Servings 12; Turkey is often overlooked, which is really too bad since it’s flavorful, inexpensive and a great alternative when you’re looking to avoid red meat. Calories. I especially loved this Slow Cooker Turkey Taco Meat. Put five ingredients in the slow cooker, then set out a variety of toppings, and you’re done.

It’s also a perfect meal for doubling and freezing for later. Learn more about Michelle’s Clean Eating Cooking School and get. Delicious healthy 250 Calorie Recipes including nutritional info and Weight Watchers® Points. Find healthy recipes for all types of diets and lifestyles.

Delicious and nutritious dinners under 250 calories! For many, dinner is the most calorie-dense meal of the day. Unfortunately, this can wreak havoc on anyone’s weight loss goals, as your metabolism begins to slow down towards the evening and into the night. Brown the beef in a large nonstick skillet over high heat, breaking it into smaller pieces as it cooks. When no longer pink add 2 teaspoons of the cumin along with the remaining dry spices, onion, bell pepper and garlic, stir and cook 2 to 3 minutes until soft, then transfer to the slow cooker along with 1/2 cup water, bay leaf and tomato sauce.

Get 15 of our favorite low-calorie chicken dinners you can make in your slow cooker. 15 Slow-Cooker Chicken Dinners Under 300 Calories. and I used frozen corn,” Diana says. “You can eat this as a chili or use the meat for tacos, enchiladas, taco sala.

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  • doubt i am telling you anything you don’t know. I love flour tortillas, but if you can get fresh made corn tortillas at a Mexican market that are warn in the package they are 1000 times better than flour. Just don’t put them in the fridge cause that turns them into the lousy regular store bought texture and lack of flavor, aka cardboard. Good luck

  • you usin’ all these fancy words and I don’t go to school anymore so I’m kinda not smart. just say “we finna brown the meat”. easy! Also, I watched the whole video but I think i missed the part where you put taco seasoning in it.

  • Looks killer! A store bought slaw with added jalepeno, cucumber, lime juice, green onions and salt and pepper works really well also!

  • Love your recipes, presentation & enthusiasm. I respectfully ask to add a few more spices & seasoning than just tomato paste & chilli powder. Cumin, paprika & oregano

  • Sarah, I love your #sarahbefore7 (have I got that right?!) on Instagram. It would make a great cookbook recipes that can be made in advance and then warmed up.

  • Love your cooking recipes, your so good at explaining things yet alone funny, Aside from cooking have u ever thought of doing a tell a little but about yourself, how u started cooking and kids etc where you’re from. Would love to hear

  • not sure what the point of cooking them in slow cooker for 4 hours is when you could easily bake these in an oven and be done in like an hour.

  • Are you going to do a video piece on each category for the contest? That would be amazing if if you did to let all of us fans know how you did in the contest.

  • Great recipe Malcom!! Loved the opportunity to meet you at Memphis in May. It’s awesome you take the time out of a busy competition schedule to meet fans. Love your channel and your products!

  • Awesome, Brother!
    Reckon you could hot currier some over here to Tippah Co., via @Heath Riles or @Mike Foshée?��
    #againstthewindgrill
    #magnoliameat

  • If you cut the avocado in quarters before opening it you don’t have to use the knife to remove the seed! You just pull the quarters off it basically, so no danger of getting avocado hand (which is weirdly what doctors call avocado related injuries).

  • Very nice looking! Lately when I use ground turkey or chicken, I buy a box of button mushrooms and chop them finely. I cook them first like you browned the meat, then cook the poultry in the liquid after you added the stock and seasonings, so it’s gently poached and does not brown. It doesn’t clump up and is smoother. The mushroom makes it taste meatier with its umami, and I get more volume. Did the same with shepherd’s pie made of ground chicken and mushroom base. Yum!

  • Great idea when all you have left is some poverty macros and you can’t get a “normal” meal in! Or just if going low carb! Great idea

  • ‘Tis a great easy recipe.

    LOVE watching your videos! Thanks for this one, too.

    Also love, “When I was growing up in an unnamed decade… ” LOL!!!

  • Sarah, you should have your own channel. Not taking away from all the contributers on here, I just think you kind of stand out and could do just fine on your own.

  • Had these yesterday without knowing this video. I was wondering if Bell Peppers are really Keto. I like red bell peppers the most. They have something like 6.5% sugar. So I was wondering… Anyone knows?

  • I would hope any judges would know that street tacos are served on corn tortillas but it is the south not here in San Diego a stones throw drow where TJ tacos were born

  • You’re one of my favorite people Sarah�� I love how you sort of ‘belong’ in the kitchen, and how you seem so happy while doing what you do. Inspires me so so much. Have been cooking stuff with your recipes for years now. Thank you for all this. Lots of love��

  • Nice vid. I was hoping someone could help me with why everytime I smoke a Turkey the skin comes out a little bit rubbery. I brine and inject it as well. It’s never dry.

  • Everything you cook looks insanely delicious ;_; I watch all your videos but I have never eaten American bbq before… I can only imagine what it tastes like. Would love to be able to try out your recipes one day (when I somehow get a smoker).

  • Man I was skeptical at the title but you done sold me. Those looked gorgeous at the end. Love the colors on that cutting board. And I didn’t know French’s made fried jalapenos!!! Bro thank you for the tip! Smoke on �� ��
    -Jonathan

  • It is Tuesday and we made your tacos and seasoning. Turned out wonderful. I will be using your recipe whenever I crave ground turkey. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

  • I need to stop watching your videos at 1AM. Brother, this looks amazing! I’m sure you’ll do well when it comes to the judges. Keep on a’cookin!

  • Every recipe you make looks good, tastes great, and my family has loved them all! I’m excited to make this for dinner tomorrow night, thank you ������

  • Yep. Time to make this, or at least the meat portion, to have in the fridge all week for tacos and salads! Thanks for the reminder of this childhood recipe!

  • I have to ask why is there a different taste and texture from deli turkey than a fresh turkey.?.. And will u do a video. Of ham injected smoke turkey legs

  • Pobrecito pequenio burro,,,,if y’all ain’t gonna use the corns tortilla? son,,,,,you might as well use some o that phyllo dough, and call it dim sum.

  • Thanks for another great recipe. I like the idea of adding cheese to the mixture and using turkey mince. I usually use beef mince but your recipe looks delicious! I will be trying this for sure ��

  • This guy just makes me smile, I can have a bad day and I can watch him and all is right in the world. LOVE this idea and have to do it!

  • New subscriber here! Well.. it’s been about a week or so �� but I wanted to tell you that I really enjoy your videos and get a lot of great ideas from your channel! Love this recipe and I just so happened to purchase green chili peppers a few months back and now I found a recipe to add them in!! Thanks!!

  • I made this recipe, it’s very good, a bit on the spicy side which is fine with me but a bit hot for some, another awesome video from Malcolm!

  • Just wanted to give you props for your noticeable improvement in production value. Your camera work and editing has dramatically improved as of late. Also, thanks for making great recipes as always.

  • Hey I’m looking into buying a smoker On Amazon just getting into smoking meat do you have any suggestions for a smoker not looking for anything too expensive

  • Tbh she look like she don’t know what in the world she doin or talking bout. I mean I’m younger den her and could do a better video??

  • I’ve been using ground turkey for years. In tacos, chili, meatloaf, lasagna, etc….. It is a lot leaner than beef so I add some olive oil and/or fresh veggies, depending on the recipe, to keep it moist.

  • Unless you are slow cooking because you are out all day. Just precook the filling and put the stuffed peppers in the oven. Especially if you need to make a lot of them for meal prepping or groups.

  • Love your vids! You have a really charming and educated way of explaining things without cussing! (Honestly, I’m a bit concerned about your health though) Take care of yourself ma boy!

  • I love turkey and chicken tacos because there is so much less grease to drain. My sister has been making shredded meat tacos lately in the slow cooker, and sliced steak and chicken fajita style tacos. So yummy!

  • Lol, I knew that after golubtsi, you’re going to make stuffed pepper:) Classic Slavic (Ukrainian?) cuisine!
    Next up stuffed carp or chicken Kyiv (both can be keto-friendly)?:)
    That would be amazing (and, unfortunately, a bit difficult).

  • I just watched your cold brew video and I thought it was hilarious when you said best way to watch this video is on mute then I decided to watch your new video and you have come a long way! That’s great and inspiring we all start somewhere and you didn’t let the negative comments keep you for continuing on with your passion! Good job…I’m subscribing!