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Spaghetti bolognese might have been conceived in northern Italy but it has been firmly adopted as one of Great Britain’s favourite dishes, regularly featuring in top five favourite meal rankings. When compared with the other dishes that usually make up the five – fish and chips, a roast, pizza and chicken tikka masala – tomato-rich spag bol is already a pretty healthy choice, but if you swap the traditional beef mince for turkey, it only gets better for you.
This recipe comes from the excellent The Runner’s Cookbook by Anita Bean. Turkey not only contains plenty of protein, but is also loaded with B vitamins, phosphorus, potassium, iron, selenium and zinc. It also contains beta-alanine, which can reduce fatigue and boost performance during high-intensity exercise.
To serve: Green vegetables, such as spring greens or cabbage.
-of which saturates 4g
-of which sugars 16g
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