Since I had some troubles finding de-boned turkey breast, I ended up buying two small ones and doubling the recipe. Unfortunately, this was twice as much as I needed (how was I supposed to know that?), but fortunately it was so delicious I don’t mind eating the leftovers. I had a lot of trouble with the “stuffing” part. I wasn’t strong enough to get the turkey to be thinner - I learned this after the first breast attempt - so I ended up just cutting a slit in the middle and literally stuffing it with the sausage.
I also didn’t use all the sausage because it didn’t fit too well, but it was perfect as a side or topping for those who wanted just a little more sausage on their turkey.
I was pleased with myself when I cut into it because it was cooked perfectly. It was so juicy and delicious! I would definitely make this again. The mexican grits that it came with were a perfect combo for the turkey. I’ve actually never had grits before, but the green chilies and the cheese really made it delicious! Double thumbs up on this recipe.
Another fun and delicious Friendsgiving (a.k.a November Book Club) is in the books. Thank you to Joey and Erica for always being well and able to help me knock off these recipes in the coobook! Only like 500 more to go! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone reading. *Gobble Gobble*
Dinner & a Movie
Bringing you food and drinks so that you can make movie night that much more delicious.
"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.