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A light and refreshing summer grilled flatbread with warm turkey, melted brie cheese, grilled peaches, and raspberries. This Raspberry Brie Turkey Grilled Flatbread is topped with an easy balsamic vinegar reduction.
It’s heating up outside and it’s the perfect time to grill outdoors. Grilled flatbread the ultimate way to cook a light dinner in just a few minutes.
Summer is fastly approaching and that means it’s time to fire up the grill and host a get together with friends and family. This refreshing summer flatbread is perfect for potlucks, graduation parties, summer holidays, as well as for lunch and dinner. This time of year, I prefer to use the grill as my method of cooking. I love the chargrilled taste of bread with warm Sara Lee® Premium Meats, melted brie cheese, grilled peaches, and raspberries and can’t think of a better way to celebrate the warm weather outside.
Summer is my favorite season and with good reason. I can’t get enough fresh fruit and vegetables from the farmer’s market. Maybe it’s the cookouts with friends or picnics at the beach. Maybe it’s the lighter menu for lunch and dinner. One thing I know for sure is that my fridge is stocked with fresh produce and Sara Lee® Premium Meats for meals that usually take 20 minutes or less to make.
Grilled flatbread loaded with fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat is one of the summers must have meals. A refreshing summer meal deserves bragging rights, and this easy dish is no exception. This dish has been a favorite in my house for many, many years. Summer wouldn’t be complete without a hearty flatbread full of fresh flavors and bright colors!
Plus, this flatbread is incredibly easy to make. Just fire up the grill then add the cheeses, mixed greens, Sara Lee® Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, and raspberries to the top of flatbread.
Boil the balsamic vinegar on the stove top for a few minutes until it reduces then head outside and add the sliced peaches and prepared flatbread to the grill. Grill the bread for a few minutes then add the grilled peaches and drizzle it with the balsamic reduction.
Sara Lee® Premium Meats is my go-to affordable premium quality deli meat behind the deli counter. In fact, you’ll find a variety of their premium, high-quality cut of meats have a delicious fresh taste. I always pick up a few freshly-sliced, quality flavors to include with lunch and dinner. Plus, everything for this recipe can be purchased in one stop from your local grocer, which makes it super convenient to grab the ingredients on your way home from running errands.
For other dinner recipes using Sara Lee® Premium Meats, I like to make these Easy French Dip Sliders. Of course, this Cheddar Jalapeno Ham Cornbread is my favorite for summer parties, as well as these Ham and Cheese Pinwheels. For a quick lunch, I love this Greek Chicken Gyro.
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Grilled Flatbread is the quintessential summer meal. If you’re looking to fire up the grill this summer, try this Raspberry Brie Turkey Grilled Flatbread. It features fresh fruit, vegetables, a variety of cheeses, and warm turkey. The combination is perfect for the warm weather this time of year!
Raspberry Brie Turkey Grilled Flatbread
- 8.8 oz flatbread (about 2 slices)
- 1/2 lb. Sara Lee® Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
- 1 cup mixed greens
- 6 oz brie cheese, sliced
- 3 tbsp gorgonzola cheese
- 6 oz raspberries
- 2 peaches, sliced
- 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
- Start grill. 2. Spread out flatbreads. Evenly divide Sara Lee® Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, mixed greens, brie cheese, gorgonzola, and raspberries between the two pieces of flatbread.3. Slice peaches; set aside.
4. In a small saucepan set over medium heat, pour in balsamic vinegar. Allow the vinegar to come to a boil then reduce heat slightly. Whisk mixture frequently until thick, about 7-9 minutes total. 5. Once the grill is set, add the flatbreads. Grill for a few minutes. 6. Grill peaches on each side then add to flatbread.7. Drizzle balsamic vinegar reduction over the top of the flatbreads. 8. Slice and serve.
Nutritional information is only an estimate and it’s accuracy is not guaranteed to be exact.
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