Low Calorie Turkey Casserole

Low Calorie Turkey Casserole created by Trinitys Momma

--Rosemary Cassel

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Chop cabbage and place in greased baking dish.
  • Brown meat and onion; stir in rice.
  • Pour on top of cabbage.
  • Mix soup and water.
  • Pour over entire casserole.
  • Bake, covered, for 1 hour.
  • Add more water if casserole gets too dry.
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  1. zaar junkie
    Delicious! I added some minced garlic to the turkey while browning and used chunky tomato sauce instead of soup. Easy and a great meal for winter! Next time I think I'll up the rice to at least 1/2 cup. I used 1.5 lbs of coleslaw mix for the cabbage. Yum!
  2. zaar junkie
    Delicious! I added some minced garlic to the turkey while browning and used chunky tomato sauce instead of soup. Easy and a great meal for winter! Next time I think I'll up the rice to at least 1/2 cup. I used 1.5 lbs of coleslaw mix for the cabbage. Yum!
  3. MimiKooks
    Pretty tasty - and really lo cal! Sort of a deconstructed stuffed cabbage. I think the turkey needs some seasoning (garlic & onion powder) and I did add a can of tomato paste (Italian seasoning - the only one on hand) w/ a can of water to boost the tomato saucy-ness, but not a huge calorie hit. Very tasty. Even my hubby liked it!!
  4. bobbijr
    This was really good. I used a bag of broccoli/Cabbage/Carrot slaw mix,instead of the cabbage. Added Garlic and green pepper to my turkey while browning.<br/>It was easy to make!
  5. Brookes Kitchen
    I wasn't sure we would like this, but it was a big hit. Very easy to make and delicious!
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