• Difficulty Easy
  • 11 Ingredients


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  • 500 grams Ingham's Chicken Breast Mince
  • 1/2 cup Cranberries, dried
  • 100 grams Persian feta
  • 1 cup Pistachio, shelled
  • 1/2 bunch Mint, freshly & roughly chopped
  • 1/2 Red onion, finely sliced
  • 2 cups Brown rice, cooked
  • 2 cups Quinoa, cooked - use tri-coloured or normal if you have it
  • 3 Lemons (juice 2 & zest 1)
  • Olive oil, for cooking
  • Season Salt & pepper


  1. Heat pan on medium heat. Add olive oil. Brown turkey mince off in a pan.
  2. Once mince is cooked, add cranberries, sliced red onion (don't overcook - we want crunch!) and stir through. Squeeze the juice of 2 lemons into the mince. Season with salt & pepper. Remove from heat.
  3. Cook your brown rice and quinoa then stir through your cooked grains to the mince mixture. Toss in 3/4 of the feta and 3/4 of the pistachio nuts. Ensure ingredients are tossed and combined through the dish.
  4. Pour into a large serving bowl (or mini ones if serving individual portions) or onto a serving platter.
  5. Roughly slice the mint leaves and toss onto the pilaf. Lightly stir through. Roughly chop the last 1/4 of nuts and sprinkle on top. Sprinkle the remaining feta on top with a drizzle of oil oil. Grate lemon zest. Enjoy!


Double the quantity of rice if you don't like quinoa or can't find it in the health food idea of your supermarket. This recipe is great for lunchboxes or summer picnics! If you can't have nuts in your house, simply omit from the recipe - it will still be delicious!

This MoM Cook Club was proudly brought to you by Ingham's Summer Turkey Range. For more simple step-by-step recipe, check out our YouTube video recipes.    
  • This looks great. I would love to try this for lunch one day. Yum


  • Turkey mince is so lean and I am forever wanting to try different recipes using it. Thank you so much for sharing it looks super delish


  • I didn’t have any cranberries or pistachios so instead I threw in some cherry tomatoes, sultanas and pepitas. I also threw in some chickpeas, silverbeet and broccoli to bulk up the veggies, and added some turmeric. I think next time I’d reduce the amount of rice/quinoa and add in more finely chopped broccoli/silverbeet. Tasted great, especially with the lemon (I’m trying to use up lemons from my grandma’s garden atm!), and very easy to put together.


  • Oh yum. Love turkey mince and this looks like a great way to use it.


  • I am going to try this recipe, It was great to be able to watch a video on how to make the Turkey Mince Pilaf


  • A healthy picnic meal that tastes good! Thanks!


  • Looks so very healthy. Thanks


  • I’ll have to omit the cranberries, but it looks great.


  • This looks amazing and so healthy. This is one I might have to try. Would be great as a lunch or even as a side for dinner.


  • this looks fabulous and the video makes it look so easy to make. I might have to try this for the next time we have guests for dinner as i’m sure they will be impressed by this. Turkey is very underrated


  • This sounds like a wonderful meal!


  • I can’t wait to try this I love Turkey mince


  • Oh yummy! This looks like a tasty and delicious recipe I will have to try,


  • Great idea, I’ll have to remember this next timeI’m at a loss for dinner


  • Turkey pilaf, I’m intrigued! Sounds absolutely delicious and doesn’t look too complicated to make either


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