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Leftover Turkey Roll-Ups

Leftover Turkey Roll-Ups

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The best way to keep Thanksgiving going is with these delicious roll-ups.

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Leftover Turkey Roll-Ups

Ingredients

  • 2 cups leftover Thanksgiving turkey, shredded

  • 3 cloves garlic

  • 3-4 green onions

  • 1 jalapeño

  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce

  • 1 tablespoon gochugaru

  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil

  • 1 seamless crescent dough sheet

  • 1/2 cup marinara

  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425°F.

  2. Place turkey in a mixing bowl. Chop garlic, green onions and jalapeño and add to turkey. Add soy sauce, gochugaru and sesame oil and mix well with your hands. Set aside.

  3. Gently roll out dough and spread marinara evenly on top. Sprinkle mozzarella and turkey mixture. Roll dough lengthwise.

  4. Slice roll into 1/2-inch wide pieces, and carefully place open side up on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

  5. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Enjoy!

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Transcript

- Rock your Thanksgiving leftovers with these rolls, Korean style! Let's start making the leftover turkey mixture. So we're gonna add some chopped green onion into leftover turkey, and don't forget to shred up the turkey and some chopped garlic, chopped jalapeno, this is optional. If you don't like to spicy, you can skip this out, but, I love spicy, and some Gochugaru, Korean red pepper flakes. It will give beautiful red color, and season with some soy sauce. Cause Gochugaru will suck up all the liquid we add in here, so don't worry about the mixture getting wet. And some sesame oil, make it totally Korean. And, let's mix all together. All right, that's great. Let's set this Korean dressed up turkey on the side. And let's working on the dough. So dust a little flour on the cutting board. Make it snow! And place your pizza or bread dough. You can also use croissant dough, it's really good too. If you like little extra buttery, because it's pizza roll up, I'm gonna use pizza dough. Let's roll this into square shape. It's good enough, rustic, it's kinda trendy. Let's place your favorite marinara or pizza, or any tomato sauce that you like. Spread all around, and you'll be surprised how well tomato and Korean cuisine goes so well. It's ridiculous. Alright, it's good, sprinkle some mozzarella cheese. Add this turkey, like this, evenly. And then, roll this up, perfect! So, if you're trying to cut this with knife, it'll be just a disaster because the amount of filling inside, and the dough will just smash down on you, and it's not gonna cut it right. So there is a solution I have for you is straight right here, you can use this to cut this. Cross your thread like this, it's kinda cool feeling too, like satisfying. That happened, let's try again! There you go! This is stronger, I like it! After you cut it, you just place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Alright, lets' pop this into preheated oven, 425 degrees, and bake it until they are golden. Look at this, it's so adorable! This is the cutest, prettiest, leftover turkey ever! This is actually perfect day after Thanksgiving. I know you had too much wine than you should probably have, like myself. So, this is perfect. Ah, hot! Mm, I love how spicy it is, and so meaty. I'm totally in love, it's so good! If you got home run on your Thanksgiving day meal, this is another home run on your leftover Thanksgiving meal.

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