Spicy turkey sex casserole

Advice Sarah Schenker
21 Sep 2010
Spicy turkey sex casserole, Men's Fitness

This casserole will inject a bit of ompf into your sex life.

Serves 2
Per portion: 797 calories, 63.9g protein, 50.9g fat, 22.4g carbohydrate, 0.5g salt
 
You will need
2 skinless turkey breasts
2tbsp oil
1 onion, chopped
1 clove of garlic, chopped
1 piece of fresh ginger, grated
1 green pepper, cut into 
strips
1 small head of broccoli, chopped
1tbsp mild curry powder
500ml half-fat crème fraîche
 
How to make it
Heat the oil in a casserole dish on the hob, add the turkey breasts and cook through for a few minutes. Add the onion and garlic, cook for another minute and then add the other ingredients and stir well. Transfer to the oven, cover and cook for 45 minutes.

Why should I have it?

Broccoli, as well as being a very tickly sex aid for adventurous people, is a rich source of vitamin C, which is essential if you want to produce lots of healthy sperm. It also contains chemicals that help prevent prostate cancer. Green peppers are packed full of betacarotene which, combined with vitamin C, protect sperm 
count and mobility and will give your foot soldiers 
an extra spring in their step. This one-pot meal is 
the nutritional equivalent of wearing a codpiece while standing in the wall at a free kick. Turkey contains zinc, which helps prevent impotence, and selenium, which is good for sperm quality. Ginger is thought to be an aphrodisiac by some, so please send those hilarious ‘Patsy Palmer doesn’t do it for me’ letters to the usual address.

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