Divide the meat into two pieces, cut and then beat with a hammer into slices until you get two large pieces of meat that can be stuffed and rolled.
For the filling, mix the cheese with the greens, the grated garlic, the lemon peel and the diced dried tomatoes. Add salt and pepper to taste. Grease the two pieces of meat with this mixture, which is then rolled carefully. Sprinkle with olive oil, salt and sprinkle herbs from Provence. Place the two rolls in a bowl with a little water, possibly a little white wine, to taste. Cover the pan and leave in the oven until tender, approx. 1 hour.
Remove the foil and let it just brown on top. Allow to cool slightly and portion. Serve hot, with a garnish of golden potatoes in the oven.
500 g of turkey breast, 100 g of dried tomatoes, 100 g of sweet corn, 100 g of peas, salt, pepper, to taste
Beat the turkey breast well, until it thins to 1.5 centimeters. Cut the tomatoes into very small pieces. Mix the tomatoes in a bowl with the peas and corn. Fill the chicken breast with the mixed vegetables, roll it and tie it well. Put it in the oven at a temperature of 210 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes, then turn it over and leave for another 15 minutes. Good appetite!
Tip: You can fill the roll with whatever vegetables you want, it is important that they are cooked or canned.
Method of preparation
Wash and clean the thighs under running cold water. Put them on the fire in salted water together with the carrots and potatoes, let them boil until the fork enters the meat slightly.
Drain the thighs with the vegetables and set aside to cool. We keep some of the juice in which they boiled.
The bell pepper strips together with the cucumbers are placed in a pan greased with a little olive oil. Boiled thighs are grown from place to place and breaded with garlic slices. Put the salted and peppered legs over the vegetables in the pan and sprinkle zatar on top, place the boiled potatoes and carrots over and between the legs. At the end, season with tomato slices and julienned onion. Add half a cup of vegetable soup and preserved meat, put in the oven for 35 minutes, over medium heat.
Turkey roll with urda and dried tomatoes - Recipes
1. Bone the turkey legs (each leg has a bone). If you decide to use lower thighs, mentally prepare to remove about 10 bones :)
2. Boil in a saucepan 1.5 liters of water together with the bones resulting from deboning.
3. Finely chop one of the onions, plums and greens. Put the onion to harden in a little olive oil, and after it has become translucent, add the plums and greens. Stir and leave on the fire for another 2-3 minutes. Allow to cool.
4. Peel the carrots and the second onion. Put oil in the oven dish and then place the carrots and onions cut into pieces about 1-2 cm thick. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
5. Mix the breadcrumbs, mustard and egg whites with the plums, add a little salt and pepper. Spread a boned pulp, salt and pepper, then spread half of the plum filling. Roll it carefully and tie it with string so that it does not come loose.
6. Preparing the filling and rolling it generally takes about half an hour, which is enough time to get a pseudo-turkey soup in the pan on the fire. Pour about 150 ml of hot soup over the carrots in the oven, then place the rolls over and bake for 10 minutes without a lid, then place the lid, reduce the heat to 160 degrees and leave the roll in the oven for about 1 hour and 15 minutes - 1 hour and a half. The rest of the turkey soup can be used to prepare the sauce or it can be frozen for future dishes.
7. Cut the thread from the roll and cut the roll into 2 cm slices. It can be served with almond sauce and mashed potatoes.
Turkey roll with urda and dried tomatoes - Recipes
1kg turkey breast
1/2 bell pepper
400g frozen spinach
2 cloves garlic
-Wash the turkey breast, cut it into long slices, beat and place the slices on an aluminum foil and season.
-Mix the spinach with the crushed garlic, diced pepper, finely chopped parsley, beaten egg and season.
-We spread this filling over the meat and roll it lightly carefully.
-Wrap the roll with foil and put it in the oven at 180C. Leave it for 20 min. then remove, remove the foil, grease with oil, sprinkle spices on top and put back in the oven until browned.
It looks very good! Yammy! Congratulations !
It looks like a dream and I think it's really bad, I can't wait to do it too!
great idea, I really needed the recipe with turkey breast as I received about 2 kg :)
Mononoke, thank you! I'm glad you like it and know that it is very tasty!
Marinated turkey roll with bacon
Sambalul is a sauce of hot peppers, popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the southern Philippines and Sri Lanka, but also in the Netherlands. There are several types of sambal, depending on the ingredients mixed with peppers: Sambal terraces (with shrimp paste and lime juice), Sambal asam (with tamarind) or Sambal kacang (with garlic, shallots and roasted hazelnuts), to list only a few of the existing varieties. I found in the store a simple version of Sambal oelek (ulek), meaning hot peppers ground with a little salt, which I used in combination with Worcestershire sauce to give a & # 8220impul & # 8221 to the turkey breast, before to wrap it in a layer of bacon.
A good turkey came out, fragrant and slightly spicy, with a slightly crunchy bacon crust, which I served with a mashed potato. The recipe is easy to prepare, just consider the time required to marinate the turkey.
& # 8211 turkey breast, boneless and skinless 800 g
& # 8211 bacon 500 g
& # 8211 parsley 1 link
& # 8211 oil 50 ml
& # 8211 lime juice
& # 8211 garlic 5 puppies
& # 8211 sambal oelek 2 teaspoons shaved
& # 8211 dafin 4 foi
& # 8211 worcestershire sauce 3 teaspoons
& # 8211 dried thyme 1 tsp
& # 8211 salt, ground pepper
Using the robot, turn the parsley (washed and wiped with water), the oil, 3 tablespoons of lime juice, the garlic, the bay leaves, the worcestershire sauce, the thyme and the sambal oelek into a soft paste. Add a pinch of salt and ground pepper. Cut the turkey breast horizontally, but not completely, but enough to obtain a uniform layer of meat, about 1-1.5 cm thick. Put the meat in a bag or box that closes tightly and pour the marinade. Turn the turkey to cover it evenly with the marinade and refrigerate for five to six hours (ideally overnight).
Preheat the oven to 190 degrees Celsius. Take an aluminum foil, about 40-50 cm long. On it, & # 8220weave & # 8221 the slices of bacon. Place the marinated turkey breast over the bacon.
Roll tightly and tie the roll with a special rope for the kitchen (NOT plastic, so as not to melt in the oven). Then wrap in aluminum foil: tighten the ends well, and the joint should be up & # 8211 so that the sauce that will form does not come out (in this way, the turkey is made in its own juice, without drying). Put the roll in a tray and put it in the oven. Leave for 40 minutes, then gently unwrap the foil so that the bacon browns. Be careful not to open the foil completely and do not break it, so that the sauce does not flow into the tray! Leave for another 20 minutes, until the bacon is lightly browned.
Turn off the heat and let the turkey breathe for about 15 minutes before serving. Place the roll on a plate, cut it into thicker slices and place on top, with a spoon, the sauce wrapped in foil. If you want, you can sprinkle a little chopped green parsley over the steak.
Recipe: Turkey roll with broccoli
Ingredients for Turkey Broccoli Roll
& # 8211 2 turkey breasts, 1 can of corn, 50 g of broccoli, 4 slices of ham, 2 tomatoes, 1 onion, 3 tablespoons tomato paste, 2 tablespoons oil, salt, pepper,
Preparation Turkey roll with broccoli
& # 8211 Cut the onion in four. the corn drains the juice. the pieces of meat are seasoned with salt and pepper, put a teaspoon of tomato paste. In the middle of each slice of meat put a quarter of onion and corn kernels. Roll the meat and then wrap it in a slice of ham. Fix with a toothpick and fry in a pan with hot oil. Separately boil the broccoli bunches in salted water. Put the chopped tomatoes, tomato paste and the rest of the corn in a pan. Let it simmer, Serve the sauce with the turkey roll with broccoli.
Delicious recipes: Turkey roll
A delicious recipe for roll with: turkey, pine buds, onion, egg, dried marjoram, dried thyme, salt, pepper, butter, peppercorns, bay leaves, orange jam.
- 800g turkey meat
- 40g pine buds
- 3 onions
- 1 or
- 1 teaspoon dried marjoram
- 1 teaspoon dried thyme
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 7 peppercorns
- 1 bay leaf
- 2 tablespoons orange jam
Method of preparation:
Fry the pine buds in a fat-free pan and let them cool. Cut the julienned onion and place it in a bowl. Add the egg, pine buds, thyme, marjoram, salt, pepper to taste, and mix everything well.
Cut the turkey breast, cover it with plastic wrap and spread it thinly with a hammer of schnitzels. Season with salt and pepper to taste and place the filling. You roll and catch her roll a string.
Place the roll in a small pan greased with butter. Add a cup of water or poultry soup, peppercorns, bay leaf and place in the oven for 50 minutes, over medium heat.
Grease the roll from time to time with the sauce from the pan and add more water or soup if necessary. 10 minutes before it is ready, grease it with orange jam.
You can serve it with mashed potatoes, boiled broccoli and sauce from the pan or with any garnish you like.
Woven muscle (with pesto and dried tomatoes)
It is an easy recipe, even if meticulous. But it is worth the effort given the appearance, taste and appreciation of loved ones.
Wash the muscle and cut it lengthwise into 3, so that it stays stuck at one end.
Moisturize the tomatoes a little in olive oil.
Peel the garlic and cut it into pieces.
Sprinkle a little pepper on each slice of meat, spread with garlic, spread pesto, place slices of tomatoes and bacon.
Carefully braid and fix with a toothpick.
Place the mussels in a pan greased with oil, add water, cover with baking paper and bake for 1 hour.
Remove the paper, lift the tray higher, sprinkle the meat with the sauce from the tray and let it simmer for another 45 minutes. If necessary, add more water along the way.
(like many others) and it really came out very good! I always do it when I'm out of ideas. I thinly sliced the mushrooms, finely chopped the onion, chopped the dried tomatoes. I crushed the piece of meat on the robot (you can put any meat), I crushed the 3 garlic cloves. We harden the meat with the onion. 2-3 minutes later, add the tomatoes, mushrooms. Put the water and let it boil for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes add the pesto, tomato paste, parmesan, garlic, salt and pepper. Leave for another 3 minutes and add the pasta over.
Good appetite !