Recipe help for chicken, ground turkey, and ground beef

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    Recipe help for chicken, ground turkey, and ground beef


    Whats up guys? I'm a pretty picky eater and I'm trying to incorporate these foods more in my diet. I've got some good size already 5'8 230 about 15% bf and I'm looking to bulk further but keep my diet extremely clean.
    Basically I'm looking for some ways to spice up chicken, ground turkey, and beef without making me puke lol
    thanks a lot

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    I think I have 2 or 3 of every flavor of Mrs. Dash seasonings.

    Just keep mixing it up for different flavors of the same foods.

    I'm not a picky eater though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xodus View Post
    I think I have 2 or 3 of every flavor of Mrs. Dash seasonings.

    Just keep mixing it up for different flavors of the same foods.

    I'm not a picky eater though.
    word^^^ Mrs. Dash--NO SALT!!
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    I've been mixing taco seasoning into ground turkey lately and eating that with baked tortilla chips. I looked for taco shells, but every shell i saw had hydrogenated oils in it. The turkey really takes the flavor of the seasoning well.
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    thanks a lot guys...i've been using mrs.dash and walden farms calorie free bbq sauce on my chicken but still trying to figure out the turkey and beef
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfbb View Post
    thanks a lot guys...i've been using mrs.dash and walden farms calorie free bbq sauce on my chicken but still trying to figure out the turkey and beef
    What I found is that the chicken seasonings taste pretty good on the beef and beef seasonings tastes good on chicken/turkey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xodus View Post
    What I found is that the chicken seasonings taste pretty good on the beef and beef seasonings tastes good on chicken/turkey.
    agreed. I just throw whatever one im in the mood for on whatever and it hasn't failed me yet...
  

  
 

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