Clean Eating Quinoa Stuffed Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving

Clean Eating Quinoa Stuffed Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving

A Holiday inspired alternative to your traditional Turkey dinner! My Quinoa Stuffed Turkey Breast is a Clean, Simple and Delicious alternative for a small crowd this Holiday Season! If you guys like the videos please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and/or SHARE them with your friends! The more people we can reach the more videos we can make! Thanks!! To print out the complete recipe visit: cleananddelicious.com Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com Twitter: @DaniSpies
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Truther Cooking: Quinoa and Tabouleh Salads

Here are two salads that you are actually going to WANT to eat! I call these ‘restaurant salads’ because they are like what you get at a salad bar at a restaurant. So here’s a demo of how you can make two nutritious salads with the same ingredients: a quinoa salad and a tabouleh (parsley) salad. you need: 2/3c quinoa 1c water 1 bushel of parsley 1/2 onion 1 small-medium tomato 1 medium shiitake mushroom salad dressing: 1tsp honey 1tsp mustard (pref. dijon) 1/4c hot water 1/4 c apple cider vinegar optonal: 1 tsp turmeric 1tsp salt or some pepper, 1 clove garlic or other herbs like oregano
Video Rating: 4 / 5

45 thoughts on “Clean Eating Quinoa Stuffed Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving”

  1. when? she’s seasoning the outside of the stuffed turkey, it looks like she’s getting ready to eat a caterpiller

  2. Quinoa is an Incan super food/protein originated from PERU, highly regarded in that culture for its nutritional benefits. Just a? quick fact, Thanks 🙂

  3. It usually comes during the holiday seasons i.e. thanksgiving or christmas. Its not there all year round? usually in supermarkets.

  4. I put sage and parsley? in the food processor and slid it under the skin, like Rachael Ray did hers….I stuffed mine with corn bread stuffing….this is a fool-proof recipe!

  5. I don’t know how I missed this video? But anyway.. it looks great! I’ve never been a fan of turkey.. finding it quite bland-ish..but it’s such a lean meat – recipe’s? like this make me want to try it again! I need to go back to your website and check that out too 🙂

  6. That looks? great Dani. For Thanksgiving, I am a traditionalist (you know … whole roast tureky, etc.). But for the un-Thanksgiving, well, that’s another story. Keep up the great recipes! Have a happy!

  7. Looks great! I just think the random “fastforward” effect seemed out of place and made the video less? professional.

  8. Too bad you don’t have compassion for Animals, for your Health or for the Planet!

    U guess you don’t know much about it or don’t care.

    Too bad for? the Planet, for the Animals and for your self.

    Maybe one day you will Evolve 🙂

  9. The video is entitled “stuffed TURKEY breast”…Turkey is? meat…duh

    Looks delicious Dani

    Go Carnivore!!!

  10. Its thanksgiving what do? you expect!?
    That means turkey, THAT MEANS MEAT retard.

    Anyways,
    Great recipe Dani!

    It looks very easy and extremely tasty.
    I can imagine the juices working inside, creating something healthier and even better than the traditional stuffed and gravy drenched turkey.
    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Go VEgan!!!

    Dead? Animal for Thanksgiving? No thanks!

    I don’t need dead animal for my Thanksgiving dinner!!!!

    Sorry, I thought this recipe was something coller and something withou any Animal suffering!!

  12. Great recipes!!….Oh,,Thank you so? much for taking your time to type out the recipe below the video…I copied it into my recipe folder and titled it “Sonias Salads” =^)

  13. Quinoa is an Incan super food/protein originated from PERU, highly regarded in that culture for its nutritional benefits. Just a quick fact,? Thanks 🙂

  14. Those salads are insignificant, I’m a vegetarian and I eat a big ass salad every day with boiled potatos, cilantro, carrots, celery, tomatoes, nuts etc etc etc, that makes me feel completely satisfied and energetic, people who don’t? like salads are just people who don’t know how to make good salads or are not used to eat salads and raw foods and vegetables.

  15. In search for the diet than really works…. I like the all steak diet…. but then, on TV today. Sprinkle this stuff on everthing you eat and lose tons of flab?!!! They guarantee and babes? on to prove it really works. But then my 4 yeaar old Grand daughter says it’s the colorful sprinkles they have to put on xmas cookies HOT DOG!
    I can ear 2 Krespie Kreme donuts WITH SPRINKLES on my way to work. YES!

  16. In search for the diet than really works…. I like the all steak diet…. but then, on TV today. Sprinkle this stuff on everthing you eat and lose tons of flab?!!! They guarantee and babes on to prove it really works. But then my 4 yeaar old Grand daughter says it’s the colorful sprinkles they have to put on xmas cookies HOT DOG!
    I can ear 2 Krespie Kreme donuts? WITH SPRINKLES on my way to work. YES!

  17. Wow, you just totally picked my brain! I’m pretty much the same way. I’m happiest when I’m cooking in the kitchen.? SO relaxing!

  18. @MrSpemat Barley and wild rice are two other grains that stand head and shoulders above? the rest, wild rice in particular.

  19. Yup, I follow the? 80/20 rule myself, cause we never know for sure, and that way you stay happy without being a nutrition nazi hehe, I like your videos, greetings from México 🙂

  20. That’s actually a really good point. There is a lot of controversy about this. Personally, I don’t eat a lot of grains, especially processed ones like pasta. The way I look at it, I do my best with diet but I am sure I will never get it ‘perfect’ and I’d rather not be that obsessive, for my own sanity. And a lot of people have such bad eating habits that the first step they need to make is one away from processed food. I just want to help with? that.

  21. I come from a nutritional point of view that people like Sean Croxton and Dr. Mercola (heavy critics of NWO nutritional schemes) who warn you about what eating grains and supposedly healthy seeds like Quinoa really do? to you, but I don’t want to be a troll here, hehe.

  22. (3)
    I specify this is done with BULGUR, which absorbs juice very rapidly. Just let the bowl sit for even less than an hour or so and it’s fine. The quinoa grains on the other hand might? be too hard to absorb the juices in a reasonable amount of time…

  23. (2)
    …lots of fresh mint, some dried raisins if you want, a lot of olive oil and behold: the grains will soak it all in and swell with all these juices, rather than being cooked? to death.

    It means all these flavours & juices actually penetrate the grains, rather than just being a ‘sauce’ covering water-swollen grains. Try it, it’s great.

  24. You’re cooking it though, which kills the food. And really, HOT water for a salad? dressing?! Tssk tssk!

    The whole point of taboulé is that it’s LIGHT and FRESH, very digest and great for summer. Cooking it (or quinoa) changes everything.
    For the taboulé just put the UNCOOKED grains in a bowl, add lots of fresh lemon juice, chopped tomatoes with their juice, some chopped pepper, onion & olives, maybe some parsily, …

  25. @kevindamon Sure, you need some fat. But make sure it is? good fat. Coconut oil is te bets, it actually helps you lose weight. Also, I use olive oil and eat a lot of avocados.

  26. Actually, I find it quite filling. But if it’s not enough for you, have them as side dishes or have some avocado or avocado salad? with it.

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