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                Warm Orzo, Black Beans & Smoked Turkey Salad
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 Serving Size  : 3    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Salads                           Poultry
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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                         -----NORMA WRENN-----
    4      teaspoons     Olive oil -- divided
   12      ounces        Whole onion; peeled -- ends
                         Removed -- chopped
   11      ounces        Ready-cut onions -- chopped
    1      large         Clove garlic; peeled -- ends
   12      ounces        Red peppers; washed -- cored
   11      ounces        Ready-cut pepper
    6      tablespoons   Dry white wine
    3      tablespoons   Red wine vinegar
    1      teaspoon      Ground cumin
      1/8  teaspoon      To 1/4 t red pepper flakes
      1/2  cup           Frozen corn kernels
   15      ounces        Can no-salt-added black
                         Beans; rinsed -- drained
    9      ounces        Smoked turkey breast -- cut
                         small pieces
      3/4  cup           Orzo -- cooked according to
 Heat a large nonstick pan until it is very hot. Reduce heat to
 medium-high and add 2 teaspoons of the oil and the onion. Saute the
 onion until it softens and begins to brown. Add garlic to onion as it
  Add red peppers to the onion as it cooks, then cook a few minutes
 longer. When pepper begins to soften add the wine; reduce heat and
 continue cooking until the peppers are soft, a few minutes 
  In a bowl large enough to hold all the ingredients, whisk the remaining
 2 teaspoons oil with the vinegar, cumin and red pepper flakes.
 Stir the corn into the onion mixture and cook a couple of minutes to
 heat through.
  Add turkey pieces to the bowl with the cooked vegetables and black
 beans. Stir in warm, drained pasta. Serve warm.
  Per serving:  calories 563; fat 12g; cholesterol 36mg; sodium 623mg;
 carbohydrate 82g; protein 36g 
  Diabetic exchanges: 1/4 fruit; 2 vegetable, 4-1/2 bread, 2 lean meat,
 3/4 fat.  Not recommended for diabetics because of wine.
  Source:  Detroil Free Press
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