Make this year’s Thanksgiving dinner like no other with this delicious turkey rolls! Tender turkey breast is butterflied and stuffed with bittersweet cranberry sauce and a savory pork sausage stuffing for an easy turkey recipe that will be an instant crowd pleaser.
As much as we love cooking an entire Thanksgiving turkey dinner, it can be a daunting task for even the most seasoned chefs. That’s where this turkey roll recipe shines, as it’s much easier and quicker to make, while still offering all the delicious flavors of a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
We wanted to create a Thanksgiving recipe that could be served to a smaller group and be easy to prepare!
To prepare, simply brine your turkey overnight. The next day, create a simple pork sausage stuffing to stuff the turkey before wrapping and wrapping. Put it in the oven to cook, melting it periodically and voila! You have a delicious roast turkey roll.
What You Need Turkey Breast Roulette
The cut of meat used for this turkey roulade is a boneless, split turkey breast. Around Thanksgiving, you can usually find a turkey breast in any grocery store. When it’s not the holiday season, you can usually find a frozen turkey breast, or you may have to special order one from the butcher.
In addition to the turkey, we make a small batch of stuffing that is rolled into the turkey as well as cranberry sauce. You can use store bought cranberry sauce or make our own homemade cranberry sauce!
Don’t skip it turkey seasoning! The seasoning is what gives this recipe its amazing flavor.
Tools You Need for Turkey Roulade
Kitchen twine: This is to ensure that the butterflied turkey breast does not fall apart while cooking.
Baster: you’ll need a baster to periodically baste the turkey as it cooks, making sure it stays moist.
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Variations and Substitutions
Stuffing in cubes: Dried breadcrumbs make a great substitute for cubed stuffing.
Chicken Broth: If you don’t have chicken stock, vegetable stock or beef stock will work just fine. Just note that taste will vary.
Cranberry sauce: You can use a store-bought or homemade cranberry sauce. From you!
This is the best Thanksgiving turkey recipe out there. Roast your turkey, make a homemade gravy and you’re good to go.
Storage instructions + freezer
Store any leftover turkey rolls in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
to freeze Cut the roulade into equal serving size pieces and layer between sheets of waxed paper or plastic wrap in a freezer bag. Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
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Photo: The photos taken in this post are by Erin from The Wooden Skillet.