Thanks to Honeysuckle White Turkey for sponsoring this recipe for Grilled Korean Turkey Roll Ups. All opinions are my own.
Turkey cutlets in a Korean style marinade. Then stuffed with fresh cucumber, red pepper and asparagus. Roll up the turkey and grill for healthy, delicious Korean Turkey Roll Ups.
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It’s turkey time. Oh yeah! Time to get those grills fired up, because today we are talking about delicious and healthy grilled turkey. This is no ordinary turkey recipe. We are going to step it up a notch with an easy korean marinade. Then roll up the turkey cutlets with fresh vegetables and grill resulting in a spectacular but easy party recipe. In this case, I took my Dad’s recipe for Korean Beef and used his marinade on Honeysuckle White Turkey Breast Cutlets. Turkey cutlets are evenly trimmed so they grill at the same time.
Then I took it to yet another level by adding fresh vegetables and rolling up the turkey into a beautiful bundle. You can easily make the recipe up to this point and refrigerate. After your guests have arrived, you can throw the Korean Turkey Roll Ups on the grill. Then you can present these gorgeous bundles of Korean Turkey Roll Ups to your guests. Ultimately receiving loud and enthusiastic applause from all.
I particularly like to use turkey instead of chicken in my recipes. You may be surprised to know turkey has less saturated fat than chicken which means it is also lower in Weight Watcher smart points. Did you happen to notice one bundle is only 2 weight watcher smart points? In addition, I truly only buy Honeysuckle White Turkey as their turkeys are raised by independent family farmers. Notably the turkeys are raised without growth promoting antibiotics. In addition Honeysuckle White Turkey has a large variety of products from turkey sausage to ground turkey and much more.
You can find Honeysuckle White Turkey in select states. Luckily you can also find their sister brand, Shady Brook Farms, on the east coast. Instead of picking up chicken to grill, pick up turkey instead. You can have a bigger portion and help support family farmers. With Grilled Korean Turkey Roll Ups you can easily “wow” your guests and enjoy a healthy meal.
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Grilled Korean Turkey Roll Ups
- 1/3 cup Soy Sauce or Tamari
- 1 Tbps. Mirin
- 1 ½ tsp Sesame Oil
- 1 Clove Garlic minced
- 1 Green Onions , minced
- 1/8 tsp Five Spice Powder
- 1 lb turkey cutlets , thinly sliced
- 16 long , thin cucumber slices
- 8 asparagus spears , trimmed and halved
- ½ red pepper , thinly sliced into 16
- 1 tsp sesame oil
- ½ tsp salt
- ¼ tsp pepper
Combine first six ingredients in a small bowl.
Add turkey. Cover and refrigerate for 8 to 24 hours.
Place turkey onto a cutting board and pat dry.
In a medium bowl, mix together cucumber, asparagus, red pepper, sesame oil, salt and pepper.
Place four pieces of cucumber, asparagus and red pepper onto the middle of each turkey cutlet.
Roll up and secure each cutlet with two toothpicks.
Heat grill to 350•. Oil grates well.
Cook turkey, turning occasionally, until it is an internal temperature of 165•, about 20 minutes.
I calculated 2 Weight Watcher Smartpoints.
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