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A Taste of Thanksgiving

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Prepackaged turkey breast may be used, but use two slices for each roll-up. The amount of gravy depends on your taste.

Ingredients

6 ounces instant stuffing mix
1 can (15 ounces) any vegetable
1 or 2 jars (8-ounces) turkey gravy
8-10 slices turkey breast (cut about 1/8-inch thick)

Instructions

Make stuffing according to directions on box. Stir in a can of vegetables (corn, peas or carrots work best). On each turkey slice, spoon even amounts of stuffing mixture. Roll up; place seam side down in a 9x13-inch baking dish. Cover with gravy. Bake covered in microwave for 10-15 minutes on high.

Mary Stauffer
Eldridge



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