Stuffed Turkey Rolls

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 2 Ratings
Serves: 4
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Cooking Method: Bake


4 low fat turkey breast filets
10 oz frozen spinach, thawed and well drained
1/2 c low fat ricotta
1/4 c silken tofu
1/2 c fat free cheddar cheese
1 tsp minced garlic
1 capfull mrs. dash garlic & herb seasoning
1/2 low fat plain bread crumbs
1/2 fat free milk

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Dana Ramsey Recipe
Well Seasoned
Somewhere in, PA
Member Since Nov 2010
Dana's notes for this recipe:
This recipe was suppose to be stuffed turkey breast but dummy me just grabbed what I thought were breasts but ended up being turkey breast filets, so I had to switch gears and this is what I came up with.
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Preheat oven to 375° Heat a splash of olive oil in a skillet and saute your garlic, in the meantime, mix your cheeses in a small bowl, add the drained spinach to the garlic and stir, remove from heat.
Mix the garlic and spinach together, set aside. Take your turkey breast filets and pound slightly with a meat tenderizer, sprinkle some Mrs. Dash seasoning.
Spread the cheese and spinach mixture over all four filets. Secure with 3 tooth picks. In two separate bowls, place milk in one and the bread crumbs in the other, add the capful of Mrs. Dash Seasoning to the bread crumbs. Roll one filet in the milk and then in the bread crumbs and place in a baking dish sprayed with cooking spray. Repeat with the remaining 3 filets.
Bake for 30 to 35 minutes until filets are done and juices run clear. Depending on how hot your stove gets, you may have to degrees the cooking time or temperature.

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user Annette W. greeneyez - Jun 26, 2012
Beautiful recipe Dana. Looks delicious. I'm starving right now for some reason. Usually not a breakfast eater and it's 10a.m. so I could totally eat this up as I type. YUM! Thanks for sharing such a great and health conscious recipe.
user Dana Ramsey DRamsey - Jun 26, 2012
Hello Annette! Thank you so much. They were really good. I had leftover cheese and tofu from my stuffed shells so I made this. Turned out pretty good. I'm not a breakfast eater either and 10 a.m. is one of my peak times of hunger! Then 3 p.m.
user Annette W. greeneyez - Jun 26, 2012
Well since I'm such a night owl I just typically am not up until late but I've been up since 6a.m. I'm with you on the 3p.m. time frame though!
user Lynn Socko lynnsocko - Jun 26, 2012
LOVE this, you know I'm addicting to sticking food inside of food, lol, this is a great recipe and can't wait to try it!!!

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