Grilled Turkey Roulade

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Chef Tom fires up the Napoleon P500RSIB Gas Grill for a Grilled Turkey Roulade stuffed with a holiday pesto!

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*** TIME STAMPS ***
00:00 Intro
00:55 Trimming the Turkey
05:34 Brining the Turkey
07:07 Making the Holiday Pesto
09:17 Assembling the Roulade
14:00 Roasting the Roulade
14:47 Finishing Temperatures
15:16 Searing the Roulade
15:53 Slicing the Roulade
16:36 Let’s Have a Taste
17:08 Outro

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24 replies
  1. Mark Deville.com
    Mark Deville.com says:

    Chef Tom the process looks kinda not easy but doable the Rollin put seem a bit tricky I would like to try that. 👍🏾🙏🏾

    Do you have a Halloween 🎃 👻
    Dish or snack for adults and one TGATS kids friendly?

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  2. Finite Tuning
    Finite Tuning says:

    Yeah, I did your bacon wrapped version of this a couple years ago and it was awesome! And I've been doing a version of it ever since. I use 1:1 apple juice and water then add some salt and garlic to brine. I don't like super salty salty brine's and plain water is just boring. But this brine juice works awesome for pork and chicken too! Add some apple wood smoke and you've got yourself a piece of heaven. Thanks for learnin me how to do this chef Tom!
    Cheers man 🍻🍗.

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