Nice change up from the traditional turkey dinner, especially since there's only 2 of us. I have to say that the recipe is a bit time consuming. Wrapping the rolls in twine was challenge for a novice cook. I ended up using toothpicks to close the gaps. And next time, I will add a smidge of red pepper flakes to the spinach/feta dressing for a little kick. Having said all this, the recipe is a definite keeper! Thank you!
THIS WAS AMAZING! THE ONLY THING I DID DIFFERENTWAS I USED TURKEY CUTLELETS.GREAT FLAVER MY MOM AND HUSBAND ASKED WHEN AM I MAKING THIS AGAIN!THANK YOU.
Made this for Christmas dinner. My husband liked it so much that he told me I could make it for New Years Day dinner too. It didn't even need the gravy all though the gravy was really good too.
The taste of this recipe is FANTASTIC. I made it exactly as specified with only a couple of omissions. I did not add the bread crumbs to the cheese and spinach filling and I did not use cornstarch to thicken it because I didn't want the additional carbs. I was just extra careful when I rolled it up to ensure the ends were tucked in. I then tied it very thoroughly with kitchen twine. While it roasted in the oven, I put two fresh sprigs of rosemary in the broth (I actually used stock because it was all I had on hand so I added a teaspoon of sea salt to it) and then took them out when the turkey was done. I removed the turkey from the pan and then simply turned the heat up to high and let the sauce naturally reduce. I added two tablespoons of butter instead of one. On a side note, it took about an hour for this to cook at our house, so make sure you cook it through!
SERIOUSLY, really good! My fiance even raved about it, and I don't think he's ever raved about a cooking light recipe before. I followed the recipe exactly. Even the sauce was delicious! I'll probably make the sauce again to go along with other poultry dishes.
This was a fabulous recipe. Followed the exact recipe with no substitutions...except more wine...and my husband and I loved it. Definitely one that we will repeat. It only made four servings though, not the suggested eight.