Christmas is a time of giving, and what better gift to give your loved ones than something which
you’’ve prepared fully especially for them? Good food, great company,
and holiday cheers all around are the ingredients for that special Christmas Eve.
Everybody is well-known with the celebratory fare that makes Christmas dinner one of the most looked-forward to meals of the year.
We will recommend you Grandma Susan’s Turkey Breast Roulade with Apple and Raisin Stuffing:
One and half cups water
1/4 cup butter
1/3 cup raisins
1 (6 ounce) package low sodium stuffing mix (such as Stove Top(r) Lower Sodium Chicken Flavor)
One tablespoon poultry seasoning
One apple peeled, cored & chopped
1 (6 pound) whole bone-in turkey breast with skin
salt & pepper to flavor
One tablespoon poultry seasoning.
Method of making:
Put the water, butter, & raisins into a pot; bring to a boil. Take out from the heat, stir in the stuffing mix, cover, & let stand until the stuffing combination absorbs the liquid, about 5 to 7 minutes.
Preheat oven to 360 degrees F (170 degrees C). Place a rack into a roasting pan.
Cautiously remove the turkey breast skin in one quantity without tearing the skin, & set aside.
Pull the 2 side sections outer from the major part of the breast, keeping them attached, to make bigger the boneless piece of turkey into a roughly square-shaped piece of beef.
Spread the filling mixture all over the inside of the breast beef piece, & firmly roll the stuffed breast into a solid roll.
Extend the reserved turkey skin out, & place the full roll in the center of the skin.
Roast the stuffed breast in the preheated oven until the skin is golden brown, the beef is no longer pink inside, & the hotness of the roll,
calculated at the thickest part, reads 175 degrees F (75 degrees C), one and half to two hours.
Allow the roast to situate enclosed with a tent of aluminum foil for at least ten minutes before removing the twine for slicing.