Involtini in my own interpretation

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:10 PM

For the meat side:
500 gr turkey breast
100 gr bacon

For the veggy side
500 gr champignons
6 fresh spring onions
1 spoon olive oil

For the pesto side
100 gr chives
100 gr parsley
2 spoons olive oil
salt, pepper

For the sauce side
150 gr cream
100 ml water
1 spoon of flour

How to do it?

First of all do the pesto in a mixer (see picture), then cut chunky stripes of turkey, put some pesto on them and then roll them in the bacon (next picture). Then grill them gently in some olive oil and let them rest on a pesto bed within the glass recipient to be used for the oven. Now it is a good time to preheat the oven by the way.

Next you focus on the veggies. Cut the fresh onions in thin slices, let them touch the oil a bit and meanwhile cut the champignons as well. Add them to the onions and then put the remaining pesto with some vegetable stock. Leave them around 5 minutes in the frying pan and then add them on top of the meat.

The last step, make a small white sauce with the cream, water and flower and tip it on top of the ingredients.

Enjoy :)



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