Last weekend we had a Parent’s Night for the parent’s in our fellowship. We went to a restaurant that is known for their healthy food and delicious tea. It was a really fun night out and I really liked my dinner so I got the idea of trying to remake the recipe at home. I think I succeeded!
- Ground Turkey (I’m sorry I don’t know how much I used exactly, I just buy the 4 pack from Costco, I used 1 pack, it doesn’t have the weight on it-weird!)
- 1 cup chopped raw spinach
- 1/2 cup chopped craisans
- 2 cups of prepared brown rice (or white or brown and wild, this is a good way to use up rice left overs)
- 1/2 tsp. Salt
- 1/4 tsp. Pepper
- 1 Tbsp. Parsley
- 1/2 tsp. all-purpose vegetable seasoning
Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well. I used my kitchen aide because my turkey was still a little frozen. Shape into little patties.
Fry them on a griddle using a little olive oil or non-stick cooking spray.
I made mine all at once and put them in a casserole dish. Then I warmed them up in the microwave before I served them. I was able to make about 20 little patties. They cooked up really fast too.
I made up a batch of potato rolls with some leftover mashed potatoes, these are mini rolls. The rest of the dough I made a loaf of bread. Here’s the recipe for the rolls. You could use any little roll with good results.
YUM!! You can see I used wild rice in mine. Some of the kids put ketchup on theirs (yuck!). If I had it I would have put lettuce and tomato on them too. Everybody really liked them, I did make Mr. Taffy’s without craisans, he doesn’t appreciate craisans. I served this with Crunchy Potatoes and Mashed Acorn Squash.
Feed your family well!