I was able to buy a nice thinly sliced turkey breast. I’ve never thought of stuffing it like that before, but it turned out to be delicious, and I’ll make it again. 😊😋 With Christmas coming up, I would recommend it to anyone. It takes only a few minutes to prepare the stuffing and fill the meat. And after roasting, you just need to steam them and you don’t need to stand by the hob. But you can also prepare the meat the day before and just roast it on Christmas Day. 😊🎄🎇✨
Ingredients for 4 people:
4 thin slices of turkey breast
8 slices of lactose-free cheese
16 thin slices of gluten and lactose free bacon
8 slices of gluten and lactose free turkey breast ham
100 ml lactose-free milk
1 gluten-free bun
1 bunch of green parsley
50 g gluten- and lactose-free liver pate
ground pepper to taste
garlic powder to taste
I cut the buns into small pieces, arranged them in the bottom of a small bowl, then poured the milk over them. I pressed them thoroughly into the milk and leaved them for a few minutes to soften all over. I didn’t need to pour the milk off because it was all absorbed by the bun, but if there’s any left in the bottom of the bowl you have to pour it out. Then I mixed it thoroughly with the ingredients.
I salted the turkey breast slices and layered them with ham, cheese, stuffing, then cheese and ham again. I carefully folded in the ends of the meat and then the sides on top.
I sealed the ends with the bacon first and then covered the stuffed meat tightly from the other side.
I browned both sides in hot oil, then lowered the heat to simmer under the lid for 15-20 minutes until tender.
I served it with parsley rice, but any side dish will do. When you cut the meat apart you can see the layers very nicely, the filling in the middle stays intact, the hot melting cheese permeates all the layers. 😋