Turkey Stuffing Roll Ups

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Easy turkey stuffing roll ups! I add in some frozen veggies for a whole meal in one pan!

How to Make Turkey Stuffing Roll Ups


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All of the yummy flavors of turkey dinner are wrapped up in little bundles for a delicious and speedy weeknight dinner!

I used homemade stuffing in this recipe, you can easily use leftover stuffing (if that even exists!) or even boxed stuffing.   I find the deli slices to be easy to roll because they are nice and thin!

I prepared this meal early in the day and in the corner of the pan I added some frozen corn.  It was a whole meal in just one pan that the whole family loved!

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Turkey Stuffing Roll Ups

All of the yummy flavors of turkey dinner are wrapped up in little bundles for a delicious and speedy weeknight dinner!

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Ingredients:

  • 16 thin slices cooked turkey (leftover or deli)
  • 1 can or package turkey gravy , prepared
  • 2 cups frozen green beans (or your favorite vegetable)
  • 1 tablespoon butter

Stuffing

  • 1 box stuffing mix prepared according to directions

or

  • 1 cup chopped celery
  • 1 small onion , diced
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 6 cups bread cubes , dried (left out overnight or dried as below)
  • 3/4-1 cup chicken broth

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

To prepare homemade stuffing if using

  1. Cook celery, onion, pepper and poultry seasoning over medium-low heat until soft. Do not brown.
  2. Toss in a large bowl with dry bread cubes. Add just enough chicken broth to moisten, gently tossing to combine. Cool completely.

Assembly

  1. Lay out 2 slices of turkey overlapping them slightly. Place 1/2 cup stuffing mix on one end and roll up tightly. Continue until all turkey is rolled.
  2. Pour gravy over top of turkey rolls.
  3. Add frozen green beans, salt, pepper and butter to the side of the pan.
  4. Cover with foil and bake 30 minutes or until heated through.

Notes:

To make dry bread cubes:

Cut bread into small cubes. Place on a pan in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes stirring half way. Let cool completely.

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17 comments on “Turkey Stuffing Roll Ups”

  1. Can you freeze you stuffing roll ups?

    • While I haven’t tried it, I think it would work just fine. If you freeze any, please come back and let us know how it turned out!

  2. Mini appetizers this Friday along with a few friends, a card game and lots of wine!

  3. This is something I want to try, but will use smoked turkey instead and also roll up in a tortilla (corn). Thanks for the recipe.

  4. I want to try these and I’m thinking of adding mashed potatoes to the roll ups as well. Does anyone see this as a mistake?

  5. could you do it with pie crust or crescent rolls instead of tortillas?

  6. If you add dried cranberries to the stuffing it will be awesome…..

  7. Made this last night (3/27/14) and it was very good, very easy and very well received. My honey smiled and said “Ah, comfort food”. I did saute a half a chopped onion and some celery in butter and added it to stove top stuffing. Got turkey slices from the deli counter and asked them to cut them thicker than usual (which would normally be for sandwiches). Served it with mashed potatoes and corn. Total calorie blow out but darn it-it’s not an every day thing!

  8. I made these last night with the stuffing I froze after Thanksgiving Dinner. It was quick to put together and tasted great!

  9. I come up with this recipe, when I was in Hawaii for Christmas in 1996. I had so much turkey slices and tired of sandwiches. So for Christmas dinner I decided to make some thing different. I went to the store and bought some stuffing and turkey gravy. I made mashed potatoes to go with it. It was so good. When I came home and made it for the family and they LOVE it.

  10. I love this! I also love that there is a simple stuffing recipe so there’s a quick alternative to boxed stuffing.

  11. What a great idea for the leftovers, this looks delicious! Hope you are staying warm and cozy in this cold weather and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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