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Uprising Turkey Casserole

Uprising Turkey Casserole

Carved turkey is the delicious star of this Uprising Bread casserole. Savory asparagus, peppers, and leeks make this a healthy and special dinner, no matter your dietary restrictions. With Uprising Bread, this recipe satisfies a Keto or Paleo diet, because Uprising Bread is artisan baked and contains just two net carbs. It's made of eight simple ingredients—and not a grain among them—and is perfectly protein-balanced for sustained energy.

4 slices uprising bread

1 roasted turkey breast

1 bunch asparagus

1 green pepper

1 small leek

1/2 cup heavy cream

3 tbsp butter

Grated nutmeg

4 slices Uprising Bread

Salt and pepper

Olive oil

  1. Prepare the ingredients

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and carve the turkey into hearty slices. Dice the leeks, rinse them, and dry them. Slice the pepper and chop the asparagus into bite-sized pieces.

  1. Sweat the veggies

In a pan on medium heat with a bit of olive oil and butter, sweat the leeks, peppers, and asparagus until the onions are soft and the asparagus is bright and tender (but allow them to maintain a little crunch!). They'll cook further in the oven. Dice or tear the Uprising Bread into big hearty chunks

  1. Build the casserole

Add the turkey, the bread, and the veggies to the casserole, mixing so that the flavors combine. Grate a bit of nutmeg over the mixture and transfer it to a casserole.

  1. Bake

Add the cream and remaining butter over the top and season to taste. Bake the casserole for 20-25 minutes, or until everything has warmed through and most of the liquid is absorbed.

  1. Serve warm

Serve the casserole warm,  sprinkled with fresh chopped parsley and a bit more salt, pepper, and olive oil as desired.


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