turkey

My family has several dishes that we always eat for Thanksgiving and Christmas (yes, we eat the same meal for both holidays because it’s just THAT GOOD). Among those are “turkey” roll ups, wild rice with vegetarian turkey and broccoli cheese and corn casserole.

Today, in preparation for Christmas, I’m going to tell you about this great “turkey” roll up dish my mom makes with vegetarian turkey slices and stuffing. It is SO good, and she always makes a ton so we have a lot of leftovers.

This dish is really easy to make. We used to use canned vegetarian turkey slices by Worthington, but those have been discontinued. Now, we use Worthington’s frozenSmoked Turkey Roll. Make the stuffing according to the directions. Slice the vegetarian turkey, put stuffing in the middle, and roll up the sides so it makes a “U” shape.

Pour either vegetable broth or the juice from a can of Fri Chick over to keep moist while baking and add cheese on top if you like. Then, bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until it’s warmed well. If you add cheese, bake it until the cheese melts.

This is so good that even my in-laws, who eat meat, request that I make this for them! Now, it’s your turn to share – what’s your favorite Christmas dish?

Ingredients:
Worthington Smoked Turkey roll
Stove Top stuffing
Vegetable broth/Fri Chick juice

Directions:
1. Make the stuffing according to the directions.

2. Slice the vegetarian turkey, put stuffing in the middle, and roll up the sides so it makes a “U” shape.

3. Pour either vegetable broth or the juice from a can of Fri Chick over to keep moist while baking and add cheese on top if you like.

4. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until it’s warmed well. If you add cheese, bake it until the cheese melts.

 

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