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The Easiest Recipe I’ll Ever Publish Part II: Turkey and Pickle Roll Ups

By on February 24, 2015

In honor of the Fruit and Nut Butter Roll Up recipe I posted yesterday, I decided to mix things up a little for my carnivore friends. Just like the previous recipe, these turkey and pickle roll ups make a great easy lunch, car trip snack, or long run meal. Just wrap them up in some aluminum foil and take them wherever you go.

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For the turkey you can use simple deli turkey slices, diced homemade herb-roasted turkey (what I used), or even diced rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. For the pickles I used garlic dill pickles from Whole Foods but any old pickle will do (although the spears, slices, or whole pickles work the best. You could even get a little crazy and use pickled asparagus or okra. Just like the rest of my recipes, feel free to mix things up and get creative. If you find a particularly delicious combination let me know so I can try it out. Enjoy!In honor of the Fruit and Nut Butter Roll Up recipe I posted yesterday, I decided to mix things up a little for my carnivore friends. Just like the previous recipe, these turkey and pickle roll ups make a great easy lunch, car trip snack, or long run meal. Just wrap them up in some aluminum foil and take them wherever you go.

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For the turkey you can use simple deli turkey slices, diced homemade herb-roasted turkey (what I used), or even diced rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. For the pickles I used garlic dill pickles from Whole Foods but any old pickle will do (although the spears, slices, or whole pickles work the best. You could even get a little crazy and use pickled asparagus or okra. Just like the rest of my recipes, feel free to mix things up and get creative. If you find a particularly delicious combination let me know so I can try it out. Enjoy!

The Easiest Recipe I'll Ever Publish Part II: Turkey and Pickle Roll Ups
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Note: These do not keep for very long (2 days in the fridge max) so eat them quickly - which shouldn't be hard because they're delicious! Also, if you have a gluten allergy you can replace the whole wheat tortillas with rice ones, they're equally as delicious just a little different.
Servings Prep Time
6 roll ups 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 roll ups 10 minutes
The Easiest Recipe I'll Ever Publish Part II: Turkey and Pickle Roll Ups
Print Recipe
Note: These do not keep for very long (2 days in the fridge max) so eat them quickly - which shouldn't be hard because they're delicious! Also, if you have a gluten allergy you can replace the whole wheat tortillas with rice ones, they're equally as delicious just a little different.
Servings Prep Time
6 roll ups 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 roll ups 10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: roll ups
Instructions
  1. Warm up tortillas until they are soft enough to fold without breaking. I don't have a microwave so I do this in a pan on the stove. If you have a microwave, simply put the tortillas between two damp paper towels, microwave for 30 seconds, and remove.
  2. Spread 1 tsp of mustard in a line down the center of each tortilla.
  3. Spread 2 oz of turkey across the mustard on each tortilla.
  4. Lay pickle spear slices across the turkey on each tortilla.
  5. Roll up and enjoy. Alternatively, wrap in aluminum foil and enjoy at a later time.
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