Reduce inflammation with this healthy spaghetti recipe with artichokes
Eating healthy and to reduce inflammation is a lot easier than most people make it out to be. It just requires a little bit of planning, so if you hate planning then I can understand slightly lol. Other than that, stop with the excuses!
This recipe is great for anyone who does’’t have a lot of time, it is easy to prep and eat throughout the week and it TASTES GREAT!
2 lbs of organic lean ground turkey ( I like to do one 99% fat free and one 93%)
1 can of Raos Sensitive Formula
1 can artichoke hearts
1 container of bella or oyster mushrooms
2 TBSP of Trader Joes or other brand garlic infused olive oil
1 TBSP Oregano (divided)
1 TSP Basil
1/2 TBSP of Thyme
Salt and Pepper to Taste
Add 1 TBSP of olive oil to skillet and add some salt and pepper to taste. Start with mushrooms and saute for a few minutes until coated.
Add in ground turkey and 1/2 TBSP of Oregano and a little bit of salt and pepper. Combine and cook until almost done (about 5 minutes). Be sure to chop and dice throughout. Add in sauce and remaining spices and olive oil. Bring boil then reduce to simmer for about 10 minutes be sure to stir occasionally. Add in artichokes and let cook an additional minute or two.
While that is cooking you can cook the zuchinni noodles as directed (I typically just get trader joes frozen ones because theyre super easy) you could also do spaghetti squash or palmini noodles.
Remove water from zucchini and cook a few more minutes (you can add a little salt and pepper if needed)
Then divide into plates (this can yield anywhere from 6-8 depending on serving size and I am talking about the entire meal not just noodles. (HINT- make 8 )
Divide ground turkey mixture among plates and serve or refrigerate/freeze for later.
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