I used to buy pre seasoned turkey breasts at the store for a quick Crock-Pot meal when we were first married. It was easy, you just opened up the pack and slid the meat in the pot. Although, I have no idea what the ingredients were. I just knew it was easy.
Well, this is almost just as easy!
All you need is:
1 turkey breast (usually around 1 ½ to 2 lbs)
Salt, pepper, dried rosemary, dried tarragon
About 3 cups of water to fill the Crock-Pot to where the water is about halfway covering the turkey.
1 onion, sliced in rings
2 garlic cloves, minced
You will simply coat the turkey in the salt, pepper, dried rosemary and tarragon. Make sure it’s covered well in spices. Pour in the water around the turkey.
Add the onion and garlic on top of the turkey.
Set on low and cook for 4-6 hours.
As is, this turkey breast is low fat, and could fit into THM-FP. But depending on the sides you use, it can be either an S or an E. Serve with rice and some nonstarchy veggies for E, or deviled eggs and buttery squash for S. Or, to keep this a FP meal, steam some nonstarchy veggies and spray with coconut oil spray and season them up well with more spices! You choose your fuel with this main dish!