Turducken Roll Recipe

Turducken Roll Recipe

This turducken roll recipe is a mix of three kinds of bird meat. Turkey, duck and chicken meat along with stuffing, makes the turducken roll.  This recipe may become a hit at the family dinner table. At homely parties or events like Easter and during Christmas time, this dish can seriously feel like a comfort food but fancy in making. 

How to cook turducken roll

The recipe calls for boneless meat, which means you will be using breast meat. This recipe has a rustic feel to it because of the usage of cajun spices. This cajun turducken flavor enhances the taste and gives it a juicy outcome. Let us dive into the turducken cooking instructions,

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

  • One pound weighing boneless turkey meat (breast meat)
  • One boneless duck meat (breast meat) 
  • One boneless chicken meat (breast meat)
  • One cup of cornbread stuffing mix
  • Two cups of cajun rice dressing
  • Eight slices of bacon or beef jerky according to your choice

Method of Preparing the Turducken Roll Step by Step:

Step 1:  Pound the turkey, duck and chicken breast meat keeping them in a butterfly position. Flatten them in about half an inch of thickness. 

Step 2: Place the turkey meat on your working station and spread it. Coat it with a layer of cajun rice dressing.

Step 3: Layer the duck meat on top of that. Coat a layer of cornbread stuffing on top.

Step 4: Layer the chicken meat on top of the previous layer. Coat with rice dressing. 

Step 5: Roll the layers like a jelly-roll. 

Step 6: Wrap them with the bacon/beef jerky slices. Secure with toothpicks.

Step 7: Place the roulade in a browning bag and into a roasting pan. 

Step 8: Bake it in the oven at 350°F or 175°C for one and a half hours. 

Step 9: When done, take it out of the oven and let it rest for 15-20 minutes. 

Step 10: Cut into loaf sized pieces and remove the toothpicks before you serve. Enjoy your homemade boneless turducken dish!


This turducken recipe is perfect to serve at your next dinner plan and is bound to become a hit. You can serve it along side some rice or even baguettes and gravy. The choice is up to you.

This is such a versatile dish that you can definitely enjoy as a heavy meal yet feel light after having it. It is not super difficult to make and cook. So, you can easily whip this dish up when you are about to have guests around. You can opt to cook this at family dinners as well.

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