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Old 07-21-2019, 02:29 PM   #1
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This isn't an official Weight Watchers recipe, but it was provided to us by a WW member quite a long time ago and it fits well into the WW scheme of low point meals. There are variations of the recipe on the web. I prepare it with minor changes each time I make it, this is how it was prepared today on the Blackstone.

Normally the Mrs makes this in two large skillets and/or Dutch oven on the stove, but having the griddle makes this so much simpler to prepare. It's essentially similar to the inside of an egg roll and its name is appropriate. Once you start eating it, it's hard to stop and not to go back for seconds or thirds. As far as WW Points are concerned, the only ingredient that counts is the Sesame Oil and with the amount used, a serving of this is zero points. I added the tortilla today so my point value was higher.

The ingredient list:

2 lbs Ground Turkey
2 bags Cole Slaw mix
Sesame Oil
Soy Sauce
Oyster Sauce
Ground Ginger (use fresh if on hand)
Minced Garlic
S&P to taste
Diced onion (scallions are normally used)
Diced red pepper (today's addition)



The ground turkey, pepper and onion sizzling on the griddle -



Season at will with the spices, soy and oyster sauce. Add the cole slaw mix to the griddle to warm it a bit -



Combine everything together and adjust seasoning as needed -





Normally we just serve this in a bowl by itself, but today I was in the mood for serving it in warmed tortillas. I suppose I could have folded these so they'd be more like an egg roll, but was making use of these new tortilla holders -





That's it. Very simple and easy to make. And it lives up to its name.

Substitute ground pork, chicken, beef, etc.

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Old 07-21-2019, 02:34 PM   #2
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Fantastic!
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Old 07-21-2019, 03:20 PM   #3
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That sounds really good
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Gonna have to try that one. Assume some crushed red pepper flakes or some cayane would give it a bite. Maybe some ACV for a bit of sour bite. Thanks!
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Old 07-21-2019, 05:49 PM   #5
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Thanks for posting this. Im gonna make this this week.
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This looks thoroughly interesting and very tasty!

Thanks for the recipe and the Pr0n!
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Dom, that looks delicious! I agree that making it in an eggroll (sort of what you said) would be really good!
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Heck yes!! Love the ingredients.
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Tried it tonight. Wife loved it. I liked it (I'm mainly a carnivore). Did ingredients by feel. Will adjust next time. Great recipe though. Thanks for the post.
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Tried it tonight. Wife loved it. I liked it (I'm mainly a carnivore). Did ingredients by feel. Will adjust next time. Great recipe though. Thanks for the post.

Glad you tried it and your wife enjoyed it!

For those looking for an actual recipe, here's one that's pretty similar to the one I have printed out from an email.

https://www.recipe-diaries.com/weigh...oll-in-a-bowl/

As mentioned, there are a lot of variations out there, feel free to change it up.

We're just about finished with the leftovers and it obviously makes a great side dish.

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Book marked this one...thanks!! We love one dish dinners like this.
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You can also vary the seasoning. I have made Thai, Indian, Mexican and other variations.
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You can also vary the seasoning. I have made Thai, Indian, Mexican and other variations.

Hey Ron that sounds great. Would you mind sharing the various seasonings used to make the variations>


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this will be on the menu this week
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