Turkey Roll

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smoking in yale

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Jul 7, 2007
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yale, Virginia
It's not a fatty, and I don't know how it will be. Time will tell. It's a ground Turkey roll stuffed with Pepperoni, dried tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. This is what it looked like Before I put it on this morning.
 
here's the Turkey Roll finished.There wasn't enough fat content so It is a little dry but the flavor is great. Now I'm wanting to do a Fatty.
 
Looks good Smokin. If you decide to do it again, here's a suggestion for you. Mix the turkey with some ground pork or wrap the turkey loaf with bacon. That will give it alittle more moisture.
 
Thanks Crewdawg, I was kind of thinking that way. I thought about the Bacon. The pork is a great idea too. thanks. I didn't last long. the taste was great even though it could of been more moist.
 
When I do these I cut slits in the foil so the fat drains into the water bowl, or onto another foil pan that I bent into shape. Bacon on anything can't hurt!
 
Looks good smokin' Anything like a fatty or a meatloaf is great in the smoker. Actually ... anything is good in the smoker!

Maybe sliced tomatoes instead of dried ones to add moisture?
 
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