2 cups of slice fresh ginger (2 hands of ginger)
3 cloves of garlic
1 cup of grape seed oil (Salute Sante)
Wash the ginger. Scrape the peel lightly to remove. Slice up the ginger. Ginger has to be cut in small pieces. If you put hunks of ginger into the blender, you will find pieces that do not blend. By slicing it up everything blends very well.
The result is a thick paste which can be stored in the refrigerator in a jar.
1-12 oz bag organic sesame seeds (Shiloh Farms)
1 cup of lemon juice (5 Meyers Lemons) (or with regular lemon, you may want to add ½ cup of lemon juice and ½ cup of water)
1 tsp celtic salt or salt of your choice
Place the sesame seeds in the Dry Blender top of the Vita Mix. Vita Mix comes with two blender tops - one for wet ingredients and one for dry ingredients. Start on low taking it up quickly and flipping the switch to high.
Watch as it pulverizes the seeds and starts to clump. Turn off the Vita Mix and scrap into a bowl.
Add the salt to the lemon juice, then slowly pour into the bowl of blended sesame seeds and stir with a fork. Mixture will be thin at first. As you continue stirring the seeds will absorb the liquid and become spread like. Half the amount of liquid will produce a stiff spread. 3/4 to 1 cup will produce a nice spread consistency. This is fantastic on whatever you put it on.
1 Tbsp. Basil
1/4 tsp. Fennel (optional)
2 tbsp. Marjoram
2 tbsp. Cilantro
3/4 tsp. Cumin
½ tsp. Granulated Garlic
3/4 tsp. Allspice
½ tsp. Celtic Sea Salt
Put all ingredients into a Vita-Mix.
Blend on high for a few seconds to make sure
everything is mixed to a fine texture.
2 tbsp. Salute Sante Grapeseed Oil
1 ½ tbsp. Health Blend #1
1 or 2 drops of Lemon grass essential oil
Mix together in a dish. Then Stir the 2lbs. of Ground Turkey into the mixture. Makes about 6 to 8 little patties. Heat the oil core skillet to 350 degrees. It is ready to use when you spritz a little water into the skillet from your finger tips and it dances. Place the patties into the skillet for about 30 seconds or so and then turn them. Place the lid on the pan and turn the heat down to 190 degrees. It is just under the 200 degree mark. In 20 minutes they will be cooked through with a very nice texture.
I rarely am ready in 20 minutes, so the pan being a buffet pan, keeps them at this perfect temperature even if you don’t come back for 3 hours or more. This makes it easy to have the main part of the meal ready in advance to be eaten as each person’s schedule dictates.
6 or 8 turkey cutlets - dark or white
Dizzle the cutlet lightly with Salute Sante grapeseed Oil and sprinkle with the Health Blend #1. Even out with a fork and roll as you would for a jelly roll. Place in oil core skillet for about 30 seconds or so. Then turn each one and place the lid on the skillet. Turn the temperature control to 190 degrees which is just below the 200 mark. Cook for 1 ½ hours or longer.