Turkey Club Roulades
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 15 min.
Tried both chicken breast and sliced turkey deli meat and they were equally as good. For ease of preparation, I would go with the sliced deli meat as it holds together slightly better.
While mine were definitely not as pretty as the ones in the photo, they tasted great! I did use chicken instead of turkey since that's what I had on hand, as well as substituting a truffle honey mustard from Trader Joe's for Dijon, again, since that's what I had. Someday I'll make these as they were intended. My husband said he could eat these every day.
These were amazing. I followed the recipe except that I roasted my asparagus first. Very delicious. These will be on my menu more frequently.
Just finished these roulades for dinner about 15 minutes ago and my son and husband really liked them--I did too! I did not even make the dijon mayo spread for either inside the rolls or as a sauce--they were wonderfully flavorful without it. I did make a chicken stock/white wine broth to simmer the roulades in once they had browned. Also didn't bother with the poultry seasoning. These roulades DO make for a colorful, pleasing presentation as well. For a starch, I micro-baked some sweet potatoes. NOT a boring meal--thanks TOH, I'm keeping this one in my recipe box!
These are outstanding!
This was very good! My husband and friend loved it. Don't have poultry seasoning? Don't worry about it. Also made my own dijon mayo blend. Served it without the sauce and with salad and mashed potatoes. Delicious!
My family loved this recipe. I made white rice and small salad--called it dinner. I could not find the Dijon-mayo blend, so just made my own. The turkey breast cutlets were a little expensive, I will use pounded chicken breast next time. Reminded me a little of chicken cordon bleu.