Stuffed turkey rolls: the recipe for the second simple and tasty meat dish

  • turkey breast
    4 slices

  • Crumbled sausage
    100 grams

  • Sliced ​​veal

    100 grams
  • Egg yolk

  • Grated parmesan
    2 tbsp
    • 380 kilocalories

  • Chopped parsley

    to taste
    • 79 kcal
  • Stretched bacon
    4 slices

  • Fine salt
    to taste
    • 21 kcal

  • pepper

    to taste
    • 79 kcal
  • Garlic
    1 clove
    • 0 kcal

  • Extra virgin olive oil
    to taste
    • 0 kcal

Calories refer to 100 grams of product

the stuffed turkey rolls they make a simple and tasty meat main course, a mouthwatering alternative to classic chicken rolls. Rolls are always a popular dish, as they allow you to whip up a tasty dish in no time. Turkey meat, in particular, is very digestible, but it also tends to dry out when cooked, which is why in our recipe we stuffed the turkey breast with minced veal, crumbled sausage, of egg, Parmesan and parsley, all wrapped in slices of bacon: the pork will make the buns tender on the inside, while the bacon will also give flavor and sweetness on the outside. The rolls will then be browned in a pan for a few minutes and baked in the oven.

How to make stuffed turkey rolls

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Prepare the turkey slices, cover them with baking paper and spread them lightly with a rolling pin and set aside. Prepare the garnish by putting the minced veal, crumbled sausage, egg, Parmesan, salt, pepper and chopped parsley in a bowl and mix all the ingredients well. Put a spoonful of stuffing on each slice of turkey, leaving a small free edge, and wrap the roll well. Wrap the bacon slice around each roll and tie the whole thing with a kitchen string or two toothpicks, so that the filling does not come out during cooking. Sauté a clove of garlic in a pan with extra virgin olive oil, add the turkey rolls and brown them on all sides for about 5 minutes. Then place them in an ovenproof dish and bake them in an oven preheated to 180 ° for about 20 minutes. When ready, let them cool slightly and serve with your favorite side dish.


Serve your stuffed turkey rolls with a fresh mixed salad, a tasty pan-fried mushroom or an accompaniment everyone will agree with: baked potatoes, crispy and tasty.

If you are using very thin slices, you can skip step one of the recipe.

Before cooking, you can arrange a few sprigs of rosemary or a bay leaf on each roll.

Those who prefer can enrich the garnish with chopped olives or with Mushrooms thinly sliced ​​or chopped.

You can stuff your turkey rolls with the filling of your choice: cooked ham and cheese is the easiest and fastest solution.

If you prefer to cook only in the pan: fry the garlic in extra virgin olive oil, add the rolls to the pan, brown them on all sides, then wet them with white wine or vegetable broth, cover with the lid and cook for a 5 -15 minutes, depending on the size of the rolls.