Turkey, Avocado and Rice Lunchbox

Main Dish




30 min


735 kcal

Suited for :

Training during lunch


48 g


84 g


23 g

Energy values

735 kcal
3072 kJ/pers
This lunchbox is very complete. It is particularly suitable for those who train at lunchtime. With a fruit for dessert, it will provide all the nutrients for a good recovery. Athletes weighing less than 60 kg will be able to reduce the amount of turkey by 30 g (per portion, i.e. 60 g for the whole recipe).


    • 240 g turkey breast, cut into strips of approx. 1 cm wide
    • cooking oil
    • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • 100 g rice
  • 100 g brown lentils
  • 1 avocado, sliced
  • 125 g cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 25 g hazelnuts, roasted, coarsely chopped 
  • 1 tbsp of vinegar
  • 1 tbsp rapeseed oil
  • 3 tbsp. vegetable stock, defatted
  • 30 g of barberry or cranberries
  • 30 g alfalfa or beet sprouts


Step 1

Heat the oil in a pan, sear the turkey for approx. 2 min on each side, season and remove.

Step 2

Cook rice and lentils according to package directions, drain rice and lentils, mix together.

Step 3

For the sauce, mix the vinegar, oil and stock, add the berries. Pour into a small airtight tin.

Step 4

Put all the ingredients in an airtight tin and mix with the sauce just before serving.

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