I’m a seasoning hoarder.
I love to pick up new spice blends whenever I can. That means my spice cabinet is overstuffed and overflowing with seasoning.
Slap Ya Mama is one of my favorites. I also love Trader Joe’s Green Goddess seasoning. A regular Italian seasoning is fine, too.
But one of my absolute FAVORITES is Cavender’s Greek Seasoning. It makes whatever your cooking taste like it came from a pricey Greek restaurant. It’s incredible, especially if you use it in turkey meat.
I overseason everything–the more flavor, the better in my opinion—and Cavender’s is one of those spices I’ll use in mass amounts to get the most amount of flavor in my food.
I made these simple turkey bowls with Cavender’s this weekend and they are craveworthy. The cucumber salad, the feta, the ground turkey—it all worked so well together.
Greek Turkey Bowls
Simple bowl dinners with ground turkey, cucumber salad, feta and olives.
- Heat one tablespoon oil in a large skillet. Add turkey, Greek seasoning, salt and pepper. Cook until browned, breaking up with a spoon, about 5-6 minutes.
- Make the cucumber salad: in a large bowl., toss onion, cucumber and tomatoes with red wine vinegar and remaining tablespoon of oil. Season with Greek seasoning.
- Build the bowl: start with a bed of brown rice and top with a few spoonfuls of turkey, feta, olives and cucumber salad. This makes about 4 bowls.