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Dukan Diet Baked Turkey Meatballs recipe

Ingredients Needed

  1. Black Pepper (1.0 dash)
  2. Honey Dijon Mustard (3.0 tsp)
  3. Oregano (0.5 tsp of ground)
  4. Parsley (0.16 tbsp)
  5. Sage (Ground) (0.5 tsp)
  6. Eggs (1.0 egg)
  7. Garlic (2.0 clove)
  8. Oat Bran (2.0 oz)
  9. Olive Oil Cooking Spray (0.333333333333333 second spray)
  10. Onions - Raw (1.0 large)
  11. Ground Turkey (700.0 g)


Wondering what to cook for today? This low calorie meatball recipe is a must try! Anyone in a diet or not will surely love it!

  • Preheat oven to 180 degrees C. Prepare the baking dish, lightly spray it with olive oil or use a pastry brush.
  • Use paper tower to wipe excess oil in the baking dish. In a small frying pan, add-in the finely diced garlic and grated onion.
  • Stir it and cook for about 5 minutes until the onions becomes soft and slightly brown. In a large mixing bowl, add all the ingredients and mush it using your hands until well combined.
  • Be Careful not to overwork the meat. Form the meatballs into your desired size, you can use an ice cream scoop if you want the meatballs to have an evenly shape.
  • If you choose to shape the meatballs using your hands, wet your hands first to prevent the meat from sticking in your fingers when forming the meatballs.
  • Put the meatballs into the baking dish and place it in the preheated oven and bake for about 40 minutes flipping each side after 20 minutes. Then it’s ready to serve!
  • Tips: You can add vegetables like onions or shredded carrots into the meatballs by cooking them before adding to the raw meat. The cooking time for meatballs is not long enough to make the vegetables overcook, so no worries!
  • You can also use a combination of meat like beef, veal, and pork or turkey meat. It is easier to use your hands when mixing and forming the meatballs.
  • Facts: Meatballs are called kyufte in Bulgaria are also typically made from ground beef, and in Italy meatball is used as their main course dish. There are many kinds of meatball recipes you can find using different ingredients and using the meat as the cement to form the meatballs.
  • There are even meatless meatballs for vegetarians. How one makes meatballs usually depends on his/her taste or culture.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

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