You'll also find this recipe on page 79 of the FFS! Cookbook.
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We love a freshly made coleslaw and it can obviously accompany many dishes, however mixing it with some fried turkey or chicken with the addition of a few spices makes for a fabulous meal anytime of the day. We prefer to use our homemade mayo, but if we don't have any made then we'll use full-fat shop-bough mayo.
Makes 2 portions - each portion contains:
491 Calories / 9g Carbs / 48.8g Protein / 28g Fat
375g Turkey Steaks - you could use Mini Chicken Fillets instead
200g White Cabbage, finely sliced
50g Carrot, grated
50g Leeks / Shallots, finely sliced
50g Mayonnaise (homemade or shop-bought) - or use Soft Cream Cheese
50g Fresh Soured Cream or Greek Yogurt
Your choice of seasoning
If using raw Turkey Steaks / Chicken Fillets, pan fry these in a little olive oil / coconut oil over a medium heat. They will take 3-4 minutes on either side. Keep the heat fairly low to prevent them from drying out. While they are cooking you can prep the coleslaw.
Mix the cabbage, carrot and leek / shallots in a large bowl. Add the mayo and soured cream.
Add your choice of seasoning - I'm a massive fan of fresh coriander and chilli but this dish works with so many different flavours. Smoked paprika and garlic is another household favourite.
Once the turkey is fully cooked, allow to cool for a few minutes and either chop of break into bite sized pieces and mix with the coleslaw.
Nutrition per serving
Calories 491, Carbs (net) 9 grams, Protein 48.8 grams, Fat 28 grams