Turkey Stir-Fry

Full of flavor, protein and ready in under 30 minutes, this Turkey Stir-Fry is a great meal prep or easy weeknight meal option.

Serve over rice. For a low carb option serve over Healthy Noodles (I find these at Costco in the fridge section), zoodles or riced cauliflower.

Macro friendly recipes


3 – 291 Grams Per Serving


“ohsnapmacros – Turkey Stir Fry”

Great for meal prep or a quick and easy weeknight meal.

5 from 3 Reviews


Adjust Servings
1lbs ground turkey (99% lean)
100g snow peas, chopped
100g baby carrots, sliced
100g broccoli, chopped
100g whole baby corn, chopped in 1/2
70g water chestnuts, sliced (~1/2 can)
1/4cup water
8tbsp Kikkoman Stir-Fry sauce *
1tbsp chili garlic sauce **
Pinch of crushed red pepper
Salt and pepper

Nutritional Information

245 Calories
1.6 Fat (grams)
16.3 Carbs (grams)
37.1 Protein (grams)



Heat a pan over medium heat and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
Mark as complete

Add turkey to the pan. I like to smash the turkey down into the pan, season with salt and pepper and let it brown on each side prior to breaking into pieces. Season with salt and pepper and brown.
Mark as complete

Once turkey is cooked through add broccoli, carrots, 1/4 cup of water and steam the veggies until slightly soft, stirring frequently. Once the carrots begin to soften add corn, peas, water chestnuts, crushed red pepper to taste and fresh cracked pepper.
Mark as complete

Add stir-fry sauce and chili garlic sauce. Mix together well and serve over rice.
For a low carb option serve over zoodles, Healthy Noodles or riced cauliflower.
Mark as complete


*You can use your favorite stir-fry sauce or a homemade version - macros will need to be adjusted.
**Chili Garlic Sauce, found near the stir fry / soy sauce.


  • Karlie

    This was delicious!! Such a great recipe that allows you to easily substitute with, if you don’t have everything! I will definitely be adding this to my meal prep favorites!

  • Vicki Tucker

    Do the macros listed here include the rice?

    • daniellelima

      No, the macros include everything listed in ingredients. Rice would be your add on.

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