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Spicy turkey lettuce cups

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Ingredients

2 packs pack turkey steaks turkey steak
1 red onions red onion
1 bunches bunch coriander coriander
1 ginger ginger
3 garlic garlic
1 bunches bunch spring onions spring onion
1 tbsp tbsp Red chillies Red chilli
2 tbsp tbsp malt vinegar malt vinegar
2 tbsp tbsp tomato ketchup tomato ketchup
2 tbsp tbsp soy sauce soy sauce
1 tbsp tbsp icing sugar icing sugar
6 Brussels sprouts Brussels sprout
1 carrots carrot
1 limes lime
(juiced)
1 handfuls handful chilli roasted peanuts chilli roasted peanuts
(crushed)
4 lettuces lettuce
1 tsp tsp olive oil olive oil
1 chicken stock chicken stock
(prepared as packet instructions)
2 tbsp tbsp cranberry sauce cranberry sauce
1 pinches pinch salt salt

Spicy turkey lettuce cups

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1:35 h
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Method

Crunchy and punchy with chilli roasted peanuts, this spicy turkey lettuce cups recipe has been created by influencers Billy & Jack, and would be a great dinner to share with friends when you’re after something lighter this season. Serve alongside two portions of your favourite vegetables.

  1. Place the turkey in a roasting pan along with half a red onion, roughly chopped, sliced ginger, garlic cloves, spring onions, chicken stock, the chilli, 1tbsp malt vinegar, sugar, ketchup and soy sauce. Give it a good mix, season with salt and pepper then place in a preheated oven at 160°C / gas mark 3 for 1 hour.
  2. After an hour, remove the turkey and chop into small pieces.
  3. Pour the remaining liquid into a saucepan and on a low heat over the hob, reduce by half. Add the cranberry sauce. Pour the sauce onto the turkey and mix well.
  4. To make the slaw - Finely slice the sprouts, carrot and remaining half an onion. Mix with 1 tbsp malt vinegar, lime juice and a dash of oil.
  5. To plate up, spoon some turkey into a lettuce ‘cup’, top with the slaw, some crushed peanuts and coriander leaves. Roll up and enjoy!