Wednesday, November 30, 2011

first meal at home: turkey crescent wreath

wowzers- want to feel like you live in the stone ages? go without internet for a week. basically i was dying...but accomplished so much. well thankfully mr. cox installation man came today so i am back and running. so many posts coming so brace yourself but i have to share this fancy-schmancy dinner i made last night. after having not cooked for days weeks months i feel like the iron chef. heres a great recipe for turkey leftovers and to get in the holiday mood- had it at a recent vt conference.

this was our first meal at our new house and justin was quite surprised i could cook something other then chicken and rice. so was i.

2 cups diced cooked turkey [bet you could use chicken]
1 cup swiss cheese [i used monterrey jack bc i didnt have swiss- i bet any would be delish]
1/2 cup crasins
1/2 cup diced celery
1/2 cup mayo
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
3 Tb parsley
2 Tb honey mustard
1/2 ts pepper
2 tubs of crescent rolls
1 egg white- lightly beaten


combine everything but the egg- roll out the crescent rolls with the widest part of the triangles touching to form a wreath. put the mixture on the inside and roll the small part of the triangle over it- brush the egg white on top. cook at 375 degrees for 20-25 min or until crescent rolls are golden.

enjoy.
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2 comments:

Kari said...

That's pretty! And it sounds delicious!

Clint and Sarah Pickens said...

mmm... makes me want it again! and yours looks pretty than the night we had it! haha. ;)

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