Pasta salad and turkey light

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35534115-saladProteins, carbohydrates and more in a single low-calorie dish

Summer is almost a matter of days throughout the northern hemisphere and as such, high temperatures ahead swiftly. Best not to feel heavy and able to lose weight more effectively at this time of year, is eating cold and light, especially in hours of noon. A great idea, if not, is to eat salads that allow you to incorporate nutrients all in one dish. As this turkey salad and pasta.

This light pasta salad and turkey combines both ingredients easily. Light but very complete, with the unique company of some fruits (which will add a touch of bittersweet) and vegetables, is really very cool and perfect for any summer day where you do not even have to walk happens eating something too hot. Here you have the recipe.


50 grams short pasta type rifles or mostacholes
A fillet of about 100 grams of turkey breast
A generous handful of cherry tomatoes
An orange
Some raw red onion rings
Some black olives
Abundant chopped parsley
A tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
A teaspoon of olive oil
A teaspoon of mustard
Media tablespoon balsamic vinegar
One tablespoon soy sauce
One tablespoon of orange juice
Salt and pepper

Cook pasta in boiling water until al dente completely. Immediately, dip it in cold water for cooking cut. Cooking steak grilled turkey until golden on both sides. Cut into cubes. Mix pasta with turkey, add the orange cut into wedges peeled live, black olives, sliced, tomatoes (whole or half, as more you like), onion rings, sesame seeds and chopped parsley . Mixture.

To spice, nothing like this salad dressing: olive oil, mustard, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce and orange juice. Salt and pepper. Mix well and seasoned pasta salad and turkey with this delicious mixture. So, you will end by setting up a very complete, light recipe and has nutrients of all kinds, as you have carbohydrates, vegetables, proteins, minerals, fiber and even calcium, through the sesame. Rich and healthy.

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