Turkey Roll-Ups (Low-carb)
Recipe: Turkey Roll-Ups (Low-carb)
This is a recipe that can made by a supervised child or a helper. It's basically assembly work. Your time is then freed up to work on the other things. It took me about 30 minutes to do 30 rolls.
Makes 12 pieces
12 slices of deli smoked turkey (Have the deli counter person slice it fresh for you. Tell that person you want it thin but no tears in the meat so it will stay together. You can even look for special variations, e.g., honey roasted, Cajun, etc. Your choice.)
1/2 cup French or coarse mustard
1/2 cup mayonnaise
3 tomatoes sliced thinly
6 slices provolone, cut in half
Stir the mustard and the mayonnaise together in a bowl. Lay out a single slice of your turkey. Spread with one teaspoon of the mustard/mayonnaise spread. This doesn't have to be spread across the whole slice of turkey. Just spread in the middle. Lay one-half slice of provolone on top. Lay one thin slice of tomato in the middle. Now roll up like a cigar. Keep tight enough so it stays rolled when you set it down.
You might serve the rolls in a bowl instead of on a platter. Set them along the rim of a shallow bowl (like a pasta serving bowl). You can do more than one row of rolls of different flavors. For extra color, place a bunch of parsley or a combination of herbs in the middle.
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