If you’re fond of savoring salads, be it full of veggies or half-fried meat, you have to know how to make turkey salad. If you are interested in learning how to make it, you have come to the right place!
The tender slices and low- fat ingredients are what make this easy salad recipe nutritiously healthy. Another reason that makes grilled turkey salad even more irresistible is its flavorful juice that remains there when you grill lean turkey slices. The reasons are compelling enough to share this delectable salad recipe with you all to not only treat your taste buds but also help you maintain your calorie count.
In this recipe, you will learn how to make low-carb grilled turkey salad with the leftover ingredients in your kitchen. With a handful of ingredients (that are easy to find in the fridge), making this crisp combination is a breeze. No doubt it can be a super healthy alternative with loads of lettuce and extra virgin olive oil in your star-studded feast.
So here is how I have you covered! To make this delightful salad, all you need is:
- One skinless turkey breast (1lb)
- 8 to 10 lettuce leaves
- 6 to 8 Romaine Lettuce leaves
- 8 to 10 arugula leaves
- Ten cherry tomatoes
- 7 oz mozzarella cheese
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1/2 lemon
- One pinch of salt
Why I use Grilled Turkey?
Turkey is much more than just a Holiday feast. The staple food contains loads of potent nutrients that include vitamin B-6, B -12, zinc, selenium, and most importantly, high amounts of proteins. This is what makes turkey quintessentially perfect to be added to the diet regime salads. Grilled turkey salads serve as a great diet food as it helps you feel satiated for longer. Because fat content is in turkey’s skin, I have removed it to use less fattening, leaner meat in a super healthy salad.
Healthy Ingredients, No mayo!
If you are on a keto diet, the delicious is for you. Lettuce leaves do not only add a variety of flavors or mouth-watering texture, but a great nutritional value to this recipe. Whether you call it arugula salad with turkey or turkey mozzarella salad, the presence of healthy ingredients significantly makes it nutrient-rich.
Which sauce to choose?
Although the delicious grilled turkey salad is scrumptious without any sauce, you can make it taste heavens with easy dressing. The complementary mix is a taste enhancer and can be ready just by assembling six spices from your ingredients list.
Secrets and Tricks to make Grilled Turkey Salad
One of my favorite tips to ensure that my tenderloin turkey salad stays savory and appetizing on the grill, is to give the slices short soak with salt and olive oil. The grilling trick works equally well when you’re running out of time. I often replace olive oil with sugar brine to recreate this wonderful salad.
How to Make Delicious Turkey Salad
staple food contains loads of potent nutrients that include vitamin B-6, B -12,
zinc, selenium, and most importantly, high amounts of proteins. This is what
makes turkey quintessentially perfect to be added to the diet regime
- 1 lb Turkey Breast
One skinless turkey breast
- 6 Lettuce Leaves
- 6 Romaine Lettuce leaves
- 10 Arugula Leaves
- 10 Cherry Tomatoes
- 7 oz Mozzarella Cheese
- 2 tbs Olive Oil
- 0,5 Lemon
- 1 pinch Salt
- 1 pinch Peper
- Wash the lettuces and dry with a paper towel.
- Salad dressing:
Mix the black pepper, white pepper and cayenne pepper
with a good pinch of sea salt and olive oil. Squeeze lemon juice into the dressing,
- Cut the lettuces into wedges
- Cut the romano lettuces into wedges
- Slice tomatoes into half
- Mix all the ingredients:Crudely toss in a bowl with mozzarella and dressing.
- Cook the Turkey:Preheat a grill to 400 F. Cut the turkey breast in half and cook
it 4-5 min from each side.
- Make the saladTake the turkey out of grill. Sprinkle it lightly with
pepper. Cut into slices (0,5 inch). Add to the bowl. Mix well.