Prosciutto Wrapped Stuffed Turkey Breast with California Ripe Olives is a holiday recipe that includes fresh, new flavors mingled with tradition.
The warm weather is beginning to wane, and the cool evening breeze of fall has begun. The busy holiday season is just around the corner, and in my house, the holiday menu planning has commenced.
Every year I try to convince my family that we need to depart from tradition and mix things up a bit. I typically get a huge amount of resistance, but this year, I mentioned the idea of using a traditional turkey breast and stuffing it with fragrant fresh herbs, citrus and California Ripe Olives.
My goal was to create a recipe that mingled new flavors with a bit of tradition. We are a California Ripe Olive loving family, so this idea was met with positive anticipation. I also wanted the recipe to be easy to prepare and look elegant on a platter. This is the beauty of California Ripe Olives. They can be dressed up for a special dinner or dressed down for a casual gathering.
Prosciutto Wrapped Stuffed Turkey Breast is filled with ingredients that play well with California Green Ripe Olives and makes the loveliest addition to a traditional roasted turkey breast. For optimum flavor and texture, the turkey breast is brined overnight and then patted dry, butterflied, stuffed, wrapped and roasted. That’s it!
The turkey breast is sliced and plated and then topped with a silky turkey gravy. Because of course, turkey dinner isn’t complete without gravy.
California Ripe Olives are a staple in my pantry. As you can see by the recipe below, these olives are versatile in recipes, providing color, texture and sumptuous flavor. They are also delightful simply as an afternoon snack. In fact, when I use California Ripe Olives, I typically open two cans – one for the recipe and one for me.
I can’t wait to treat my family and friends to the amazing flavors in this Prosciutto Wrapped Stuffed Turkey Breast with California Ripe Olives. It’s a recipe that feels like a gift, with a flavorful treasure waiting inside.
Delicious Wishes and Loads of Love,
*** This is an ad sponsored post by California Ripe Olives. All opinions are my own.