Turkey Roll

Shelia Senghas

By
@earthbaker

Mom said that as a child on the farm there was not always a farm raised turkey in the barnyard and that many times several wild turkeys would be hunted by her brothers and brought home for holiday meals. Her mother would chop up and use the left over cooked turkey meat for this recipe. The children learned at an early age to find and harvest the small mushrooms in the woods, and they would also harvest the very small wild onions that grew on their property. These were the ingredients, along with the fresh cream from the cows milk that her mother used to prepare this recipe.


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Serves:

6

Method:

Bake

Ingredients

RECENTLY I FOLLOWED MY MOM'S DIRECTION TO MAKE HER COUNTRY BISCUITS JUST SO I COULD MAKE THIS TRADITIONAL FAMILY RECIPE FROM HER MEMORIES OF HER MOTHER'S DELICIOUS MEALS. THIS IS ONE OF MY MOTHERS FAVORITES THAT HER MOTHER MADE.

AFTER TASTING THIS DELICIOUS TURKEY ROLL I KNEW WHY MY MOTHER HAD SUCH FOND MEMORIES OF IT. IT WAS DELICIOUS!

COPY AND PASTE THE FOLLOWING FOR THE DIRECTIONS FOR MY COUNTRY BISCUITS AT HTTP://WWW.JUSTAPINCH.COM/RECIPES/BREAD/BISCUITS/COUNTRY-BISCUITS-3.HTML

1
batch of biscuit dough

FOR THE TURKEY FILLING

1 lb
ground turkey meat
1 Tbsp
shortening, (or oil of choice)
1 medium
onion or 4-6 green onions (chop fine)
salt and pepper to taste

FOR THE MUSHROOM SAUCE-I TWEAKED MOM'S INSTRUCTIONS AND USED CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP TO MAKE THE SAUCE

1 can(s)
cream of mushroom soup
1/2 c
cream
salt and pepper to taste

USING A WIRE WHISK, STIR AND MIX WELL. HEAT AND KEEP WARM TO SERVE WITH THE TURKEY ROLL

THE SAUCE IS A LITTLE THICK AND I ADDED A LITTLE MILK TO MAKE IT A THINNER SAUCE

Directions Step-By-Step

1
In a skillet heat the oil and add the turkey meat and the onions. Cook until the meat has browned and the liquid has evaporated. Add a little cream to moisten the meat mixture. Add Salt and pepper to taste.
2
Roll out the biscuit dough to an oblong shape about 1/4 inch thick. Spread meat mixture on dough within 1 inch from outer edges of dough. Roll up the dough and pinch the ends together. Place on greased cookie sheet with the seam underneath.
3
Bake at 425 degrees until browned about 25 minutes. Cut in slices and serve with mushroom sauce spooned over the top.
4
I served this with Cranberry Salad and Sweet Potato Fries that were baked and Pear Bread for dessert.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Turkey, Biscuits, Other Sauces
Main Ingredient: Turkey
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtags: #mushroom, #easy, #sauce