I love when Lucky Supermarket has a great sale on meat. Right now Lucky Supermarket is having a buy one get one free mix and match meat sale. I love fresh finds!
You can mix and match turkey, cross rib roast, pork butt and ham!!! Seriously, I did a happy dance when I saw this because I have 3 holiday parties to cook for.
A lot of people just think of turkey or roasts as a formal sit down meal, but it doesn’t have to be! When you are entertaining a lot of people and need to feed them without doing a full sit down meal this recipe is perfect. It is thanksgiving on a roll.
A lot of people are intimidated about roasting a turkey, but don’t be. It is very easy, I promise. For this recipe it doesn’t even matter what the turkey looks like because you are going to cut it up anyways.
What you need:
1 turkey breast
1 package stuffing
1 can cranberries (either jelly or whole)
1 package dinner rolls
1 tbsp butter
Cut the onion in half and place inside turkey. Rub with a little butter and season. I just use salt, pepper and garlic salt. Roast the turkey breast for required time. For my 6 lb turkey breast I roasted it for 3.5 hours, but on the tag if will give you a per pound breakdown of how long to cook.
Slice the turkey.
Cook stuffing (even using Stovetop works fine if you don’t want to make homemade).
Open cranberry sauce.
Cut the rolls in half. Place turkey, stuffing and cranberry on the roll. You can secure with a toothpick if you would like.
You can vary this idea however you want. My husband loves them with turkey, cranberry, lettuce and mayo. Since Lucky Supermarket is having a buy one get one mix and match meat sale the beef roast or ham would make delicious sandwiches too!
I love finding easy ways to feed lots of people at a party without having to do a full sit-down meal. I even had a little fan when I made the sandwiches.
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Are you intimidated by roasting a turkey? What are some of your favorite turkey recipes?
I was compensated for this post, but all opinions and recipes are always my own.