Turkey Spring Roll Recipe
Ground turkey and red peppers make these spring rolls so good! They're perfect for an appetizer or healthy dinner selection.
I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Shady Brook Farms to created these turkey spring rolls. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
Its almost summer time and I can hardly stand it! For weeks now, my toddlers and I have been playing "picnic" on our kitchen floor, pretending that we're out sitting on the grass eating delicious picnic food. It makes me anxious for picnic baskets, get-togethers, watermelon, and warm weather! And its all just around the corner! Memorial Day means summer is here and good times are in sight. Hot dogs, sausages, and burgers may be crowd favorites, but they're not always the healthiest options at the picnic table. Turkey is an excellent substitution since it is more lean and still quite flavorful. Turkey is the way to go if you're looking for superfood for your families! It is lean protein, low sodium, B-vitamins, and zinc.
Shady Brook Farms are different than others because the meat comes from independent family farmers who are trained in animal handling practices. They fully disclose who their farmers are, and their prices are kept low because of the small-scale farming and large-scale distribution. Shady Brook Farms was actually the first major turkey brand to eliminate growth-promoting antibiotics, so you are getting turkey, sausage, tenderloins, burgers and more, raised without hormones or steroids. I was sent turkey breast cutlets and fresh ground turkey to cook up and feed to my family. Notice the USDA Process Verified seal on the packaging that lets you know that the turkey was raised with growth-promoting antibiotics.
I breaded the cutlets and baked them at 350º for roughly 25 minutes, and they turned out delicious!! (Make sure you always cook your turkey to an internal temperature of at least 165º F.) They were so full of flavor and were the perfect consistency, you'd never know they were 99% fat free. The turkey was marinated in turkey broth, salt, and brown sugar, and the result was an absolutely delicious meat. The ground turkey was used in our spring roll recipe...
Turkey Spring Rolls Recipe with Shady Brook Farms!
- 1.25 lb. ground turkey
- 1 T. minced garlic
- 3 T. soy sauce
- 1 T. teriyaki sauce
- 4 oz mushrooms or half package
- 1 cup green cabbage
- 1 red pepper
- 3 T. cilantro
- 9 spring roll wrappers
Brown your ground turkey in a skillet.
Add garlic, soy sauce, and teriyaki sauce.
Slice up the vegetables and cilantro add to the mix.
Cook filling for another 3 minutes to soften vegetables.
Moisten spring roll wrappers according to package and add filling.
Roll them up and eat as is or brush on olive oil and cook for 10 min at 350 degrees.
Cook the ground turkey in a skillet and slice up your vegetables. Its best to chop up your veggies before you start prepping your spring roll wrappers since you'll have to work fast. Add everything to a skillet and toss as you cook for another 10 minutes.
Add your garlic, soy sauce, and teriyaki sauce. Soak the spring roll wrappers in water for 15-20 seconds (or whatever your package recommends), then drop a few spoonfuls of filling and wrap it up like a burrito when the wrapper is soft and malleable.
You can eat these fresh or you can brush on olive oil and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
These are delicious with sweet chili dipping sauce!
You can wrap them up individually with a little wax paper and twine and they become great picnic food!
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