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Nutritional Info
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 441.4
  • Total Fat: 9.0 g
  • Cholesterol: 48.8 mg
  • Sodium: 1,620.8 mg
  • Total Carbs: 60.1 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 4.0 g
  • Protein: 28.1 g

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Tandoori Turkey Wraps


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Introduction

Recipe courtesy of the National Turkey Federation, for more like it, please visit www.eatturkey.com Recipe courtesy of the National Turkey Federation, for more like it, please visit www.eatturkey.com

Ingredients

    1 pound TURKEY CUTLETS, cut into 1/2-inch strips 1 teaspoon fresh garlic, minced 1 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon coriander 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon dash cloves 8 chipatis* or low fat flour tortillas vegetable spray

Directions

1. In a small bowl, combine turkey strips, garlic, cumin, cayenne pepper, ginger, cinnamon and cloves. Allow to stand while preparing other ingredients.

2. Spray nonstick stovetop grill pan with vegetable spray; heat over medium-high heat for 1 to 2 minutes. Toss in turkey strips. Stirring constantly, cook for 5 to 6 minutes or until strips are done and lightly browned. Remove to a clean bowl.

3. Heat chipatis or tortillas 2 at a time in grill pan for about 30 seconds per side; transfer to cutting board.

*Chipatis are Indian tortillas and can be found in specialty grocery stores

Makes 4 servings (2 wraps containing approx 2 oz turkey each)





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  • If you go to the National Turkey web site link http://www.eatturkey.com/recipe/recipe.cgi
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    you will find the correct recipe and find the sodium is a lot lower than stated here. I hope this is helpful. I made this and it was just wonderful. I cooked before cutting into strips. - 9/21/11

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  • 4. Spoon about 1 tablespoon raita (see TOMATO/CUCUMBER RAITA recipe) over each chipati; scatter a few onion slices over raita. Top with 1.8th of turkey strips. Squeeze juice from 1 lime wedge over turkey. Roll up and serve, 2 wraps per servi Part of the recipe is missing.  See  www.eatturkey.com
    - 6/18/09

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  • 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
    no thank you - 1/14/09

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  • If this is supposed to be Tandoori, where is the yogurt? True Tandoori is marinated in spiced yogurt. Makes the meat very tender and moist! Why is the sodium content so high?! I can't imagine that to be a correct count! - 1/8/09

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  • THIS SOUNDS REALLY GOOD EXCEPT FOR THE SODIUM CONTENT BUT I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY IT WOULD BE SO EXTREMELY HIGH??? ANYONE KNOW-LIKE THE IDEA OF TOPPING WITH GREEK YOGURT AND CUKES-THANKS - 1/7/09

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  • I wonder if the sodium content listed is actually for all 8 chipatis, not one portion. Recipe looks good and I will try it. - 1/7/09

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  • I looked at the ingrediants list and I have NO idea how they got so much sodium. It looks wonderful tho...gonna have to put in for next week - 1/7/09

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  • very nice and easy to make and where is the sodium content coming from the wraps?
    - 6/6/08

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  • Not for me. - 3/13/08

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  • i haven't tried this yet but why so much sodium? I think I will make it with fresh turkey. I thought that Tandoori meant that is it is marinated in spiced yoghurt as well as cooked in a tandoori oven- not sure if that is a clay pot "oven" or not. Any Tandoori chef experts out there? - 1/8/08

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  • wow thats a lot of sodium this is not one I'll be making. - 1/7/08

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  • Thanks Nancyjac for your eye opening comments. Notice this in most restaurants. If yellow turmeric powder is added to a food, it becomes an Indian curry, if spices as in Indian cooking are added, even the non-marinated in yogurt, not cooked in a clay oven; meats are called Tandoori!! - 11/18/07

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  • Too much sodium for me to add to a days worth would really bother me.. i might try this with fresh turkey - 11/18/07

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  • Sounds wonderful, I will be making it - 11/18/07

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  • This is a fine recipe but there is nothing tandoori about it. Tandoori is a style of cooking using a tandoor, or large clay pot. This is a stir fry. I also don't see how the nutritional data for this can be right. I come up with no more than about 300 calories for 2 wraps. - 11/18/07

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  • THIS IS A VERY GOOD NEW IDEA FOR DINNERS (OR ANYTIME ! ) - 11/18/07

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  • Delicious and simple. I made a sauce of plain yogurt, lime juice, fresh mint, salt and pepper to add moisture and served the turkey on naan instead of tortillas. Yum! - 11/15/07

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  • I love this recipe-I have made it lots. My very fussy and always hungry boyfriend loves them too. I add plain grrek yoghurt with some grated cucumber into the wraps though-otherwise it is a little dry. - 4/5/07

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  • Quick and easy - super tasty with just the right "kick" - 3/15/07

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