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Turkey Lasagna Roll Ups
About five years ago, we started making lasagna for our Christmas Dinner. Up until that time, we had made ham, duck, goose, lamb and beef tenderloin. That was all fine and dandy, but it seemed to involve more work than I personally wanted to partake in. Also by Christmas Day, everyone seemed to be appetizer-ed out. An added plus to serving lasagna, it can be made ahead of time. Which means it’s ready when you are.
Turkey or Chicken
Turkey Lasagna Roll Ups are made with cooked, chopped turkey, chopped spinach, plenty of cheese and Alfredo sauce. The cooked turkey that I used in this recipe was left-over from Thanksgiving. (that I had froze) If that isn’t an option for you, substitute cooked chicken instead. Rotisserie chicken or even canned chicken (if your into that) works great in this recipe. This recipe is very forgiving, so make it your own, use what you like.
Over the Years
Over the years, I have made many different kinds of lasagna. From traditional style lasagna to seafood lasagna and even a breakfast lasagna. In my book, any and all lasagna is delicious. You really can’t mess it up! Lasagna just keeps getting better and better, each and every time it’s reheated. This year I decided to go with lasagna roll ups. My husband is a huge Alfredo sauce fan, so this year I went with Alfredo sauce. Your Welcome, Jim.
With the holidays here, I thought I’d share a few of our favorite ‘Christmas’ dishes. Last Christmas we shared this recipe for White Christmas Lasagna, soo good! Another favorite and a recipe I had forgotten about over the years, Christmas Scalloped Potatoes and Ham. Serving ham for this year’s Christmas Dinner? Give this recipe a try, Christmas Ham with Maple Glaze. We can’t forget about dessert now can we! How about some Christmas Sugar Cookies