Turkey-Olive Appetizers

Turkey-Olive Appetizers

Ready in 45 minutes
6 review(s) averaging 4.6. 100% would make again

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"I made this for a recent cocktail party - very easy and the guests loved it. I also made it using deli beef slices and mixed the cream cheese with horseradish"

- kmhaslam

Ingredients

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8 Ounces cream cheese; softened
1/4 Cup oil-packed sun dried tomatoes; drained and minced
2 green onions; minced
1/2 Pound Cracked pepper turkey breast; sliced thin
1/2 Cup parsley; minced
40 decorative toothpicks
40 Small green pimento stuffed olives; (Small to Medium)

Original recipe makes 40 Servings

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Preparation

1. In a small bowl, blend cream cheese with the sun dried tomatoes and green onions until smooth and spread able.

2. Lay each cracked pepper turkey breast slice on a clean surface and spread with the cream cheese mixture, leaving about 1/2 uncoated on one end.

3. Roll the turkey up towards the end free of cream cheese and seal.

4. Dip each roll-up in chopped parsley to coat, then wrap individually in plastic wrap and chill until ready to serve.

5. To serve, secure each roll-up with 5 toothpicks, marking each piece, and slice in between the picks at a slight diagonal. Garnish each piece with an olive.

Notes

Recipe Source: Recipe and Photo provided by Jennie-O Turkey Store

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I actually didn't really like it. I thought the olive (and I had small ones) over-powered it. I obviously tasted before serving but the ones I made with halved or no olives went faster. However, the filling is AMAZING. Although I wouldn't make it the SAME way, I would absolutely use the dressing as a dip. I guess that's also good news for any vegetarians out there. Whip up the filling, slice up some veggies, done. :)
4 years ago
Yum. Made it for a party at work. Everybody loved it!
cattgirl 4 years ago
I made this for a recent cocktail party - very easy and the guests loved it. I also made it using deli beef slices and mixed the cream cheese with horseradish
kmhaslam 6 years ago
hungry1 7 years ago
Recipe Source: Recipe and Photo provided by Jennie-O Turkey Store
hungry1 7 years ago
Recipe Source: Recipe and Photo provided by Jennie-O Turkey Store [I posted this recipe.]
tyson 8 years ago
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