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Lebanese Seven Spices Seasoning

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When you’re eating a lot of lean protein, keeping things interesting is a challenge. Since becoming the chicken breast whisperer, I’ve been on a quest to liven things up, without salt. Sometimes, it’s hard to stay inspired and interested.

Enter this spice blend – you can sprinkle a bit on your chicken breasts before searing, sprinkle a little over your ground turkey breast and onions . . . it’s great with ground lamb, beef, or even a new-to-me fav, buffalo (try making meatballs, or kofta). Think garlic, olive oil, onions and this . . . serve over rice with veg on the side and you have a quick and easy Middle Eastern meal.

Lebanese Seven Spices Seasoning
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  • 5 T. ground allspice
  • 3.5 T. black pepper
  • 3.5 T. ground cinnamon
  • 5 T. ground cloves
  • 4 T. ground nutmeg
  • 4 T. ground fenugreek
  • 4 T. ground ginger
  1. Mix all the spices thoroughly and store in an airtight container.
Yields approx. 7 oz. spice mix


I browned up a pound of ground turkey breast, added chopped onion and about a tablespoon of this blend . . . voila! A tasty lean protein source to have on hand for easy meals and snacks. 3-4 oz. of this and a non-starchy vegetable side will keep you full and satisfied for a few hours. Try this ground turkey mix atop mixed lettuces, add a chopped orange and a drizzle of pomegranate vinegar for a super-healthy, protein-packed meal (salads, not just for lunch or dinner anymore!).

Who said eating like a bodybuilder has to be boring?

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    YUM! :) Seriously – And it’s so much cheaper to make your own spice mix as opposed to buying it pre-made!

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