Rosa Cooking

4 p

I got a wonderful turkey breast that just needed to be processed. I stuffed them and breaded to my family’s taste!

4 p

Preparation steps

  • Shape the turkey breast yourself into one large steak or ask a butcher to do it for you.
  • Cover the meat with nylon foil and lightly beat with a mallet to get a large steak.
  • Put a long slice of bacon, mozzarella and mini tomatoes on top of the steak.
  • Pressing lightly, roll the meat with the stuffing. Connect everything by sewing with thread.
  • Bread the prepared "loaf" in the classic way (flour, eggs, bread crumbs).
  • Fry the prepared meat in butter on all sides until yellow and transfer to a pan lined with baking paper (coat the paper with butter).
  • Meanwhile, preheat the oven, cover the meat with aluminum foil and bake for about 40 minutes at 180ºC.
  • Remove the foil and let it bake for another 5 minutes.
  • Allow the "loaf" to cool slightly and cut into slices about 2-3 cm thick.

Serving

Serve with your favorite side dish and salad. I only served it with homemade tartar sauce today!

Tags

turkey

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