Just in time for the holiday leftovers, this Turkey Wrap recipe is sure to please.
Cheese curds are not just for poutine. This sandwich wrap is easy to make. Curds are a great replacement for cheese in any recipe. Try it paired with this easy harvest salad.
This post has been sponsored by Sargent Family Dairy. Recipe, photos and opinions are my own.
The weather is getting cooler. Fall is here, and the holidays are just around the corner.
We do love turkey. In fact, we don’t only save it for the holidays. Have you tried Turkey Veronique? A French meat pie that is elegant and company-worthy.
When we cook the whole bird, there are lots of great recipes to use up that leftover turkey. This cold wrap recipe is great for brunch, lunch or dinner.
RECIPE and INSTRUCTIONS for this turkey tortilla wrap are in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
For This Turkey Wrap You Will Need:
- sliced turkey
- cheese curds
- pumpkin seeds
- apple balsamic
- pomegranate balsamic
- tortilla wraps
Harvest flavours in this Fall inspired recipe. Crunchy, sweet and salty and a hint of sweetness. Just like this Chickpea Apple Salad.
How To Make A Turkey Sandwich Wrap
Easy to make and easy to eat. This wrapped sandwich recipe is sure to be a hit. Even the kids can do this.
- Combine the mayonnaise and balsamic vinegars together.
- Place the chopped greens, pumpkin seeds and cranberries in a bowl.
- Mix in the mayonnaise mixture.
- Place the turkey slices on the tortillas.
- Mound the greens mixture on top.
- Chop the cheese curds and place the on top of the mixed greens.
- Roll into a nice tight wrap and enjoy.
How easy is that? Made in a matter of minutes. Perfect for making the night before. Wrap in plastic and lunch is ready to go for the next day.
What Exactly Are Cheese Curds?
If you have never had the pleasure of tasting these little gems of deliciousness, you are really missing out. I am a cheese fanatic, and curds are great on their own, but also great in any recipe that calls for cheese.
A young cheddar that is separated from the whey instead of being molded into a block or wheel of cheese.
They have a mild taste, are firm in texture and the real tip to freshness is the squeak they make against your teeth when you bite into them. You really want to experience fresh curds.
I am fortunate to live close to the Sargent Family Dairy. They make fresh curds every Monday. We get to enjoy that fresh squeaky texture, and these curds are not over the top salty like most of the curds you find in the grocery stores.
They also have the most delicious chocolate milk I have ever tasted, thanks to the Jersey cows on their farm. I can’t wait to try the butter and cheese that they will be producing in the future.
After visiting the farm, I was surprised to find out a few interesting facts about Jersey cows.
- They are smaller in size than most regular cows. Therefore they consume less feed and water, can live in smaller barns, and produce less waste. All in all a smaller carbon footprint which is better for the environment.
- Jersey milk has more protein, calcium, phosphorous and vitamin B12 than regular milk.
How Long Do Cheese Curds Last?
Eating them fresh is best. They will last in the fridge for up to 3 weeks.
Do Cheese Curds Melt?
Yes, they sure do. Perfect on poutine, pizza, grilled cheese sandwiches and more.
Need a few more easy-to-make sandwich ideas? Give these a try:
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Homemade Turkey Wrap
- 2 ounces cheese curds chopped
- 4 ounces sliced turkey
- 2 tortilla wraps
- 1 ounce kale chopped
- 1 ounce broccoli chopped
- ½ ounce pumpkin seeds
- ½ ounce dried cranberries
For the Fall Flavoured Dressing:
- 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
- ¼ teaspoon apple balsamic
- ¼ teaspoon pomegranate balsamic
To Make the Dressing:
- Combine the mayonnaise and vinegars in a small bowl.
- Mix and set aside.
To Make the Turkey Wrap:
- Combine the chopped kale and broccoli, pumpkin seeds and dried cranberries in a bowl.
- Add the mayonnaise dressing and mix to combine.
- Layer the turkey slices onto the wraps.
- Place the greens mixture on the turkey slices.
- Top with chopped cheese curds.
- Roll tightly to form a wrap.