Good luck with portion control on this one
This dish can be for anything: tacos, scooped onto sweet potato chips or fresh zucchini slices, over a bed of spinach, spread over scrambled eggs, or just to scarf a few spoonfuls when you wake up starving at 2am (no judging).
I know you will love this easy and delicious dish as much as we do! Enjoy!
3lbs lean ground sustainably raised turkey (at least 90% lean is good, but you do you)
2 Tbsp olive oil or avocado oil, divided
2 packets taco seasoning (McCormick now makes gluten free taco seasoning, who would have thought?)
1 7.5 oz bottle of Taco Bell Taco Sauce (get as spicy as you want)
1 16 oz jar of Pace Picante chunky salsa (again as spicy as you want)
**Do note that the sauce will simmer a while and while that's great for bringing flavors together, it can also dampen down the spice factor. Keep that in mind as you're selecting the heat factor in your sauce and salsa; you may want to go one level hotter to compensate.
1. Grab a large frying pan, put 1tbsp olive oil in it, and get it heating
[So you know for what you're looking, the gluten free taco seasoning I found looks like this. I am honest to God not certain if there ever was gluten in taco seasoning or if they just slapped a label on it to get an extra 20 cents out of me for the specialized product. Those taco seasoning folks, they're smart.]
5. Add the other tbsp of oil to the frying pan and repeat the same process with the second batch of turkey, adding the other taco seasoning packet and letting cook
6. Add this batch of turkey to the sauce, mixing thoroughly
7. Let it simmer a few more minutes and you're all set. Eat up!