Sundried Tomatoes and Greens Turkey Breast Roast

This post is in partnership with Canadian Turkey, I have been compensated to share this recipe and Thanksgiving tips with you. All opinions on this blog are my own.

 

Even though summer’s warm temps seem to be hanging on a little later this year, we can tell by the changing leaves that fall is indeed here. After the cool and rainy start to summer we had, I don’t think anyone is complaining and it’s always nice to visit the orchards, pumpkin patches and fairs with nice weather. The crisp air and morning frost will be here soon enough and so will my favourite Canadian holiday, Thanksgiving!

This Thanksgiving season, make Canadian Turkey the centerpiece of your family celebrations!  Whether you are feeding a large crowd or making an intimate dinner for two, there are many different ways to prepare a turkey meal that fits your unique needs.   

If you aren’t having a large crowd for the holidays there are still plenty of options for serving 100% Canadian Turkey. For a family of 4 or 6, roasting a half turkey can be a great way to celebrate!  A half turkey cooks up just as delicious and festive as a whole bird.  For single parents, empty nesters, or romantic couples looking for that traditional inspiration, Canadian Turkey has compiled a large library of delicious options.  A turkey breast can be butterflied, rolled and roasted, and served with stuffing on the side to make a gorgeous feast on a smaller scale. Try this Sundried Tomatoes and Greens Turkey Breast Roast below!

Sundried Tomatoes and Greens Turkey Breast Roast

Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast

 

Serves: 4 – 6 people

Prep time: 45 mins.

Cook time: 60 – 75 mins.

 

Ingredients:

3-4 lbs. large boneless Canadian turkey breast

1 tsp. olive oil

1 cup panko breadcrumbs

2 heads rapini

12-15 sundried tomatoes, diced

3 garlic cloves, sliced thinly

2 eggs, beaten

3 tbsp. Parmesan cheese

½ cup toasted pine nuts

½ cup white wine

½ tsp. each ground rosemary, sage and thyme

Salt and pepper to taste

 

sundried tomato greens stuffed turkey breast roast

Instructions:

 

Wash the rapini and trim the stems.

Heat a large pot of salted water until boiling. Add the rapini and boil for 5 minutes until they are tender and cooked through.  Drain and set aside to cool.  Once the rapini have cooled, chop roughly.

Butterfly the turkey breast. To butterfly, turn the turkey breast over, skin side down and lay it flat on your cutting board.  Using a sharp knife, position it parallel to the meat.  Cut through the thickest part of the breast along the full length of the breast but not all the way through, leaving about ¾ of an inch intact.  Unfold so the meat opens like a book.  Cover with plastic wrap and pound any thick areas with a meat mallet until the breast is fairly even in thickness.

Season the turkey breast with salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle with herbs. 

Heat olive oil in a non-stick fry pan over medium heat. Add rapini, salt and pepper to taste and garlic.  Sauté for 2 – 4 minutes.  Remove from heat and let cool.

To make the stuffing, add sundried tomatoes, rapini, panko, pine nuts, parmesan cheese and eggs to a bowl and mix to combine.

Spread stuffing mixture evenly across turkey breast. Roll up into a roast and tie with butchers twine to secure.

Place roast and wine in a roasting pan. Roast in the oven at 350°F for 1 hr. – 1 ¼ hr. until the roast is cooked through and a meat thermometer reads 165°F (74°C).

Rest for 20 minutes before slicing and serving.

 

TIP: You can substitute any of your favourite greens for rapini in this recipe.  Try using spinach or Swiss chard if you have these on hand.  Leftover roast makes a great sandwich for lunch the next day.  Take a piece of roast and some sliced tomatoes and serve in a bun.

 

Sundried Tomatoes and Greens Turkey Breast Roast

I’ll admit that roasting a whole turkey can seem intimidating at first, but the Canadian Turkey website has made it easy with their Turkey Basics videos. These step-by-step videos will break down the basics so you can master all the steps needed to make that perfect roast Thanksgiving bird.  You’ll be surprised at how simple it can be to create a special celebration meal with these foolproof tips and easy-to-follow directions. 

One of my favourite things about roasting a whole turkey is having delicious leftovers that are perfect for feeding your family later on during the week.  It’s like making two or even three meals in one!  Turkey leftovers give you so many options for making a new and tasty main meal for your family.  Pairing well with many flavours, you can use your favourite spices and other familiar ingredients to make delicious meals your family will love. And don’t forget that the leftover bones make amazing stock or soup! 

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1- Get a head start on your meal! You can prep all of your staples like onions, celery and carrots up to 3 days beforehand.  Dice and store in storage bags.  Green beans, squash and salad greens can be washed, trimmed, and chopped beforehand.  Store these in storage bags for ready-to-cook sides.

 

2- For a large, crowd consider serving a buffet-style meal. Spread your dishes out in the kitchen or dining room and let people self-serve and mingle while they eat for an easier-to-serve, fun meal with a casual feel.

 

3- To cut down on cooking time, cook your stuffing on the side. This way you can get more of your favourite crunchy bits while cutting down on cooking time in the oven.

 

4- Plan ahead and make a ‘smart’ shopping list. Organize it by staples you can buy in advance and perishables you need to buy a few days before, then organize according to sections of the grocery store.  This will make grocery shopping a breeze and save you precious time.

 

5- Look for make-ahead sides that you can make a day or two beforehand and taste delicious re-heated. Bookmark a website with delicious and reliable turkey recipes and resources, likeca, so you’re ready for the big day!

 

Canadian Turkey makes your Thanksgiving simple with all the recipes and Turkey Basics you need. Just visit www.canadianturkey.ca to find the perfect recipe and create your Thanksgiving tradition!

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Comments

  1. Brenda Penton says:

    I’d love to try the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey (Beer Can Turkey) for Thanksgiving.

  2. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would love to try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  3. I would like to try the Sweet and Spicy BBQ Half Turkey on the Grill for something different for Thanksgiving.

  4. I’d love to try the Cheddar Smoky Turkey Lentil burgers!

  5. FLAVOUR-PACKED TURKEY LENTIL RAGU looks very tasty and something everyone would enjoy!

  6. The Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast would be great for Thanksgiving.

  7. WILD RICE STUFFING could be tried and loved. Great addition

  8. I’d like to make the CHEDDAR SMOKEY TURKEY LENTIL BURGERS – perfect for using up Turkey leftovers!

  9. I would like to try Turkey Biryani. It looks delicious.

  10. I’d love to try the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey (Beer Can Turkey) for our dinner.

  11. Grilled turkey and summer salad.

  12. Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad

  13. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I rather fancy the CANADIAN TURKEY, BACON AND PINEAPPLE SKEWERS, they sound delicious – not sure the rest would approve they’re not so keen on pineapple with meat as I am.

  14. Heather Ritz says:

    Cheddar Smoky Turkey Lentil urgers

  15. The GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY (BEER CAN TURKEY) recipe sounds wonderful

  16. Would love to try the Asparagus and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Turkey Cutlets for thanksgiving!

  17. lori galbraith says:

    I will be choose the ASPARAGUS AND SWISS CHEESE STUFFED TURKEY CUTLETS to create our Thanksgiving tradition.

  18. Wendy hutton says:

    I would try the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey (Beer Can Turkey)

  19. I think the SWEET AND SPICY BBQ HALF TURKEY ON THE GRILL would be a good tradition to try out.

  20. The Cedar Plank Grilled Turkey Breast Roast with Charred Tomato Salsa would be a great recipe to make for Thanksgiving.

  21. Turkey Tortilla Pie would be nice to add to the table!

  22. I would like the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey

  23. We normally use some of our leftovers to make turkey noodle soup. This year, maybe we’ll try the Turkey and Guinness Stew.

  24. This Thanksgiving it would be nice to start a tradition adding Classic Turkey Sausage Stuffing to our menu of family favorites!

  25. Florence Cochrane says:

    CEDAR PLANK GRILLED TURKEY BREAST ROAST W/CHARRED TOMATO SALSA sounds like a recipe my family would enjoy.

  26. I’d love to master roasting the whole turkey.

  27. Rosanne Robinson says:

    My family would enjoy the Grilled turkey and summer salad.

  28. JoAnne Hudy says:

    I think I would like to try the SMOKED TURKEY this year.

  29. Debbie White Beattie says:

    I think we would all love the GRILLED TURKEY AND SUMMER VEGETABLE SALAD

  30. I want to try Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  31. I Would love to try the Asparagus and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Turkey Cutlets!

  32. Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast

  33. I will be trying the GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY recipe

  34. Lisa Bolduc says:

    the bacon wrapped turkey medallions looks really yummy

  35. if I could get away with the “BBQ BACON WRAPPED TURKEY MEDALLIONS W/GRILLED PEACH SALSA” I would do that!

  36. I’d like to try the CEDAR PLANK GRILLED TURKEY BREAST ROAST W/CHARRED TOMATO SALSA

  37. Amy Heffernan says:

    Turkey Tacos! YUM!! Thanks!

  38. Carol Denny says:

    SWEET AND SPICY BBQ HALF TURKEY ON THE GRILL

  39. Doris Calvert says:

    The Beer Can Turkey) sounds good.

  40. I think the SUNDRIED TOMATO & GREENS STUFFED TURKEY BREAST ROAST would be a good addition.

  41. kathy downey says:

    Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad sounds like a great recipe for my family

  42. Juliee Fitze says:

    We are bringing the bird then BBQ it following the directions on their site.

  43. mmm yum they looks so good. I think I would try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  44. lori butler says:

    taco’s sound yummy

  45. GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY (BEER CAN TURKEY)

  46. The Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast would be great and tasty.

  47. I think the citrus & rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast sounds wonderful. It would be a lovely change for Thanksgiving dinner.

  48. I will be choosing the CHIMICHURRI TURKEY BREAST ON THE GRILL!

  49. Erinn Lishman says:

    I would love to try the Citrus and Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast, and perhaps add it to my usual holiday fare!

  50. I think the OPEN-FACED TURKEY SANDWICHES (USING LEFTOVER TURKEY) for next day’s lunch or dinner is a great idea!!!

  51. I think my family would enjoy the Cheddar Smoky Turkey Lentil burgers!

  52. Gillian Morgan says:

    I will be coosing the Cold Turkey, broccoli and Tahini Salad.

  53. The Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad would make a great meal for Thanksgiving 🙂

  54. I will be making the Gluten-Free Red Quinoa Stuffing with Apples and Walnuts recipe

  55. Sab Edwards says:
  56. VIctoria Ess says:

    I’d serve GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY !

  57. I like the Citrus and Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast.

  58. Tara Betterley says:

    I would like to do a Beer Can Turkey and the Turkey, Bacon and Pineapple Skewers as a new tradition.

  59. I’m going to try the beer can turkey for Thanksgiving!

  60. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I would love to try the Piri Piri Grilled Turkey Drummettes!

  61. I would like to try the PROTEIN-PACKED TURKEY LENTIL FRITTATA

  62. Patrick Siu says:

    i would make the Honey Mustard and Sriracha Turkey Thighs

  63. I would make the turkey lentils burger!

  64. The Honey Mustard and Sririacha Turkey Thighs look great!

  65. It would be fun to make the Beer Can Turkey this year.

  66. Elva Roberts says:

    I uoould choose choose ‘Open Faced Turkey Sandwiches’ using left -over turkey.

  67. The Basic Turkey looks promising!

  68. I like the turkey sliders with chipolte mayo

  69. JoAnne Hudy says:

    I would love to try the smoked turkey.

  70. I would try the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey.

  71. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would love to make the Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad.

  72. I’d like to try the Cedar Plank Grilled Turkey Breast Roast with Charred Tomato Salsa! It sounds incredible and a little different too!

  73. The Southern Italian Turkey Pasta Puttanesca looks amazing!

  74. Pam Douthwright says:

    wild rice stuffing sounds yummy

  75. OPEN-FACED TURKEY SANDWICHES With the leftover turkey!

  76. MOHAMMAD ANJUM says:

    Roasted Turkey Breast would be awesome

  77. kristen visser says:

    I totally want to make the Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast or the BBQ Bacon Wrapped Turkey Medallions w/Grilled Peach Salsa

  78. I would love to try the grilled herbes de provence turkey (Beer Can Turkey) for Thanksgiving.

  79. OPEN-FACED TURKEY SANDWICHES (USING LEFTOVER TURKEY). thanks

  80. I would love to try the Spiced Thanksgiving Turkey with Turkey Chorizo Stuffing for this year’s celebration.

  81. The Turkey Biryani would be perfect for us.

  82. I want to try making the Sausage and Pistachio Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast for Thanksgiving.

  83. I would like to try Smoky Turkey Lentil Chili.

  84. Michelle Policelli says:

    I really want to try the Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast!

  85. I would love to try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  86. love having turkey leftovers…..so I am going to be trying the open-faced turkey sandwiches (using leftover turkey) yum!

  87. The recipe for THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING looks like it would make for a great Thanksgiving tradition!

  88. I’d choose the MAPLE-THYME BASTED ROAST TURKEY

  89. I really think the piri piri turkey drumettes would be a nice addition to my thanksgiving table

  90. Sunshine G says:

    Turkey lentil burgers for the day after Thanksgiving!

  91. Wendy Jensen says:

    The recipe that I will be choosing to help create my Thanksgiving tradition is the ROASTING A WHOLE TURKEY recipe.

  92. I would love to make Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad!

  93. I’ll be choosing to make the Mango Cashew Turkey Curry for our Thanksgiving.

  94. I’d like to try the Maple Thyme basted Turkey

  95. This Mushroom, Leek and Turkey Sausage Stuffing sounds amazing!!!

  96. The Honey Mustard and Sriracha Turkey Thighs seems interesting

  97. Shelley N says:

    Maple Basted Thyme Roast Turkey would be great

  98. GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY sounds good

  99. OPEN-FACED TURKEY SANDWICHES (USING LEFTOVER TURKEY). thx

  100. Maple Basted Thyme Roast Turkey sounds amazing!

  101. Amanda ishimwe says:

    I would love to try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  102. Darren Scrubb says:

    My choice is THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING

  103. Rachel Cryer says:

    Would love to try the Mushroom, Leek and Turkey Sausage Stuffing recipe

  104. I would like to try Turkey Biryani. It looks delicious

  105. Terry Perron says:

    This sounds good would love to try (Beer Can Turkey) Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey for Thanksgiving

  106. We normally have our celebration on the Sunday and have a nice easy day on Thanksgiving. We love leftovers. Toasted Tur-banos will be added to our Thanksgiving repertoire.

  107. Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey (Beer Can Turkey) would be great!!

  108. THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING helps

  109. Susan Stirling says:

    I so love turkey — have aleady bought 8 so we can enjoy on a weekly basis! I will be trying The Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast tonight for my family and if it is as delicious as it looks, may be the ‘piece de resistance’ at our HUGE Thanksgiving gathering! Thanks for all these lovely ideas!

  110. Sarah Ferguson says:

    I would like to try the thanksgiving turkey with fig and walnut dressing.

  111. I’d like to try the Sweet and Spicy BBQ Half Turkey on the Grill.

  112. Linda Svarovsky says:

    The wild rice stuffing looks good.

  113. tom plesz says:

    Very cool

  114. Marlene V. says:

    I would love to try the THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING

  115. I will be trying the Grilled Herbes de Provence Turkey Beer Can Turkey this year.

  116. Vanessa L. says:

    I would love to try the Smoked Turkey & Lentil Chili as something different for my family.

  117. My family loves robust, spicy flavours and with so many people (family, friends, friend of friends), I think the Piri Piri Grilled Turkey Drummettes would be very popular!

  118. thanksgiving turkey with fig and walnut dressing looks super yummy!!

  119. Sheila Russell says:

    Thanksgiving Turkey with Fig and Walnut Dressing sounds really tasty

  120. The Thanksgiving turkey with fig and walnut dressing is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner!

  121. the recipe I’d make this Thanksgiving is the Turkey with Fig and Walnut dressing, a little bit different than usual.

  122. Julie Bolduc says:

    THE CHEDDAR SMOKEY TURKEY LENTIL BURGERS SOUND VERY YUMMY

  123. Calvin F. says:

    Turkey Biryani would be great’ I could eat so many servings of this.

  124. Turkey and guiness stew sure sounds good.

  125. Flavour-Packed Turkey & Lentil Ragu

  126. The Turkey Tom Yum Soup sounds good. Nothing like soup in the winter to make you feel good.

  127. Would love to try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  128. I THINK I WOULD LIKE TO TRY the wild rice stuffing this year for a nice change.

  129. I will be making the Maple-Thyme Basted Roast Turkey.

  130. turkey skewers with bacon and pineapple sounds good to try.

  131. I will choose the smokey turkey & lentil chili. mmmm

  132. Nick Ponomarev says:

    Sausage ànd pistachio roast turkey

  133. Edith Rennes says:

    The Turkey Biryani sounds like a good idea.

  134. Catherine Burke says:

    I love chili – but will love to try the new turkey stuffing.

  135. Melanie Hayes says:

    chedder smokey turkey lentil burgers they have three of my favorite things

  136. I think I’ll try the Thanksgiving Turkey with Fig and Walnut dressing

  137. Daniela Plume says:

    I Would love to try the Asparagus and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Turkey Cutlets!

  138. Cathy Oppedisano says:

    For Thanksgiving, I’m going to try the Sausage and Pistachio Turkey Breast Roast because I like pistachios but never thought of this combination before. link : http://www.canadianturkey.ca/videos/?v=AewrZBLRY48

  139. Sausage and pistachio stuffed turkey breast raost

  140. This year I’ll be serving the Maple-Thyme Basted Roast Turkey.

  141. Stephanie R. says:

    I’m so excited for Thanksgiving! I will be using the “Roasting a Whole Turkey” recipe as this will be my first time cooking a turkey myself! 🙂

  142. I will be choosing the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  143. Oh the TURKEY QUESADILLAS sound amazing..would be a great turkey dish on Thanksgiving

  144. Kris Wilson says:

    I want to try the Walnut Stuffing.

  145. Michelle K says:

    The OPEN-FACED TURKEY SANDWICHES looks like a great meal to use up some of the leftovers.

  146. Maple-Thyme Basted Roast Turkey would up my Thanksgiving tradition!
    http://www.canadianturkey.ca/recipes/maple-thyme-basted-roast-turkey/

  147. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    my family would like the SUNDRIED TOMATO & GREENS STUFFED TURKEY BREAST ROAST for Thanksgiving

  148. I think the Citrus and Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast sounds wonderful.

  149. Karin Dollery says:

    I love Turkey epsecially the day after Turkey Day so my recipe Im going to try is for the day after. The “Toasted Tur-Banos”. They look yummy and quite possibly will become a family fave.

  150. My husband would really enjoy the TURKEY AND GUINNESS STEW,

  151. Rosa Cross says:

    I will be trying MAPLE-THYME BASTED ROAST TURKEY. That sounds good.

  152. Theresa Jones says:

    GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY will go over Great here with our gang

  153. cynthia k says:

    Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad … sound like something I’d enjoy — I’ll give it a try!

  154. Heather Swanson says:

    Cheddar smokey turkey & lentil burgers

  155. Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast

  156. Megan Willis says:

    Turkey Taco’s will be our leftovers with our turkey!

  157. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I think the CANADIAN TURKEY, BACON AND PINEAPPLE SKEWERS would be enjoyed by everyone in my family

  158. I think Maple-Thyme Basted Roast Turkey would be great!

  159. I would like to try Sundried Tomato & Greens Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast!

  160. I would try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad. It looks really good.

  161. Elaine Buonsante says:

    I’d like to try the GOAT CHEESE AND RED PEPPER FRITTATA.

  162. nancy stokell says:

    GRILLED TURKEY AND SUMMER VEGETABLE SALAD

  163. Michelle L says:

    The maple-thyme roast turkey would be amazing to try.

  164. I would try the Grilled Turkey and Summer Vegetable Salad

  165. Wild rice stuffing Looks great

  166. The Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Turkey Breast would be great for Thanksgiving dinner. I think everyone would enjoy it!

  167. Mike Gismondi says:

    I think I’ll try the GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY recipe. It sounds delicious!

  168. ChristineB says:

    I would like to try the TURKEY BIRYANI recipe. Yummy and spicy.

  169. I will be making the cranberry port glaze!

  170. Jessica G says:

    I’d most like to try HEARTY TURKEY & LENTIL BREAKFAST BOWL ! Yum yum

  171. The THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING sounds amazing

  172. Lori Darowski says:

    wild stuffed rice

  173. Joanna W. says:

    I want to try to smoke my own turkey this year, so I’ll try their Smoked Turkey recipe!

  174. Vivian Dionne says:

    I will be trying the ASPARAGUS AND SWISS CHEESE STUFFED TURKEY CUTLETS!

  175. The Goat Cheese and Red Pepper Frittata sounds unique :). Thanks!

  176. Karla Sceviour says:

    I want to try the SMOKEY TURKEY & LENTIL CHILI -sounds delicious.

  177. nancy lafrance says:

    Cheddar Smoky Turkey Lentil burgers they look delicious!

  178. Lilly Kavanagh says:

    Chimichurri Turkey Breast on the Grill

  179. I’d like to tryThyme basted Turkey

  180. Nicole Ponte says:

    THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING sounds amazing!!!

  181. we all like dark meat so t would like to try the honey mustard and sriracha turkey thighs

  182. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d like to try the MUSHROOM, LEEK AND TURKEY SAUSAGE STUFFING.

  183. Turkey Biryani looks good.

  184. SweetPanda says:

    I would choose the GRILLED HERBES DE PROVENCE TURKEY (BEER CAN TURKEY)

  185. Jenny Major says:

    I would like to try Turkey Biryani.

  186. The all in one thanksgiving bowl because it looks easy!

  187. Lindsay Koehn says:

    I’d like to try the mushroom leek and turkey sausage stuffing.

  188. Andrea Amy says:

    THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING

  189. Judy Hunting says:

    THAsparagus and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Turkey Cutlets sound great

  190. Kim Hamilton says:

    MMMMM Turkey Fajitas would be perfect for the leftovers!

  191. I don’t eat meat, but if I did I think the cheese and asparagus one looks yummy!

  192. The mushroom, leek & turkey sausage stuffing sounds amazing!

  193. Lindsay D says:

    The turkey tacos look Amazing!

  194. I would like to try the Mushroom, Leek and Turkey Sausage Stuffing.

  195. The Sweet and Spicy BBQ Half Turkey on the Grill looks delicious!

  196. I will have to try Asparagus and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Turkey Cutlets

  197. Wanda Macsween says:

    I’ll be roasting a whole turkey with all the trimmings.

  198. sarah alexis says:

    The THANKSGIVING TURKEY WITH FIG & WALNUT DRESSING – YES PLEASE!!!!!

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