1 onion, finely chopped
1 pound of ground turkey (beef can be used)
- Combine ground turkey, onion, garlic, celery, bell pepper, mushrooms, dried herbs (you may want to use less per your family’s taste) and olive oil in a large pot, season with salt and pepper and cook until meat is browned and other ingredients are tender.
- Mix gravy mix with cool water (I like to do this with an old jar).
- Add wine and gravy mixture to the meat mixture and cook just until the gravy begins to thicken.
- Spoon mixture into the middle of 3/8″ thick 6″ square rounds (“squovals”) of bread dough ( I used the rolls this morning and it took 2 of them that are about the size of a golf ball).
- Bring up all 4 sides and pinch at the seams to seal so that it looks like an envelope. Place the sealed dough seam-side down on sprayed cookie sheet.
- Let them rise for 30 minutes. Bake your breads using the temperature on the package instructions until golden brown on top.
- Remove from pan to cooling rack and brush with butter to gloss/soften crust.
Notes: This can be done with your favorite bread recipe wheat or white. There are also many variations for the fillings that can be used, Kevin’s favorite is a Pizza one done with cheese down, then sauce, then meat. You could also do a Ham and Cheese, Philly Cheese or even a breakfast version!