Ocean Spray created a twist on an old favorite with this all-new sweet and spicy Cranberry Fiesta Salsa! Perfectly balanced and full of flavor, the new salsa is made with the same unique cranberry goodness as Ocean Spray Juice Cocktail.
Do you have a hard time figuring out what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers? I have the perfect solution to complement the bird with these Turkey Cranberry Salsa Roll-Ups!Turkey Cranberry Salsa Roll-ups
1/2 cup Ocean Spray® Cranberry Salsa
1/4 cup chopped pecans
1/8 teaspoon dried poultry seasoning
4 (6 to 8-inch) flour tortillas
4 large Romaine lettuce leaves
4 (1-ounce) slices of Provolone cheese
8 ounces of sliced Turkey
In small bowl, stir together all sauce ingredients; set aside.
To assemble roll-ups: Place one flour tortilla on cutting board. Top with 1 large Romaine lettuce leaf, 1 slice cheese, and 2 ounces turkey. Spread about 2 tablespoons of salsa down center of turkey slices.
Starting on one side, carefully roll-up tortilla; secure with wooden picks. Repeat with remaining tortillas and ingredients.
Serve with additional cranberry salsa. Refrigerate leftovers.
*optional – add a slice of cooked bacon to each sandwich for some extra crunch
By My Boys and Their Toys
Adapted from Ocean Spray
Talk about delicious! We can’t get enough of this recipe, and think you will love it too! I especially liked adding bacon to the roll-ups for some extra crunch.
Ocean Spray Cranberry Fiesta Salsa is sold exclusively at Costco clubs, so in celebration of its arrival to stores – just in time for the holiday season, we’re giving away a 1 YEAR membership to Costco and a $50 Costco gift card! That’s over a $100 value! What recipe would you use this Cranberry Fiesta Salsa for?
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Alicia K says
i would use this to make a turkey panini!!
I’d use it in meatloaf
Lisa Brown says
i would use it over pork chops
I’d use it to make a sweet/savory layered dip.
Charlotte Winters says
I’d use it as a topping for holiday ham.
Although I already have a costco membership, I’m going to pick up the salsa and try these. thanks!
Sara Wagner says
I’d put it on oven baked chicken.
Dorothy Deakyne says
I would use it to top off pie
Penny Snyder says
I would use it on turkey enchiladas!!
I would use it for paninis.
I would enjoy using it for some type of chicken meal.
I would make turkey panini
alyce poalillo says
I would use it instead of cranberry sauce in my cranberry pork roast recipe
on a turkey and cheese sandwich.
Caroline B says
I would us it in a sandwich!
Margaret Smith says
Sliced turkey & swiss on rye with Ocean Spray Fiesta would be delicious.
Beth W says
I’d use it in Taco Casserole
I would use it for sweet and spicy dip
Denise Taylor-Dennis says
I would love to throw a pot roast in the crock pot with this salsa.
I would use it in stuffed pork chops.
Marisa M says
I would make a turkey bagel sandwich with this!
l p says
it would be great with a pie. thanks
Jacob LaFountaine says
Cheesy enchiladas recipe
Jessica Fortner says
I would use it w a chicken salad sandwich.
Jordan Biagomala says
I would use it for pork chops!
I haven’t heard of the cranberry salsa before but it sounds and looks good! I think the bitterness of the cranberries would go great with the salsa. Thanks for the share!
Liz (@blueviolet) says
What? Cranberry salsa? I not only want to try your roll-ups, but more, more, more!
Jennifer H says
Thank you Liz, that means a lot coming from a pro! 🙂
ELIZABETH C. says
This might sound crazy but I love cream cheese with crackers. I would add a dab on top.
Valerie S says
I’d use it as a marinade for pork tenderloin.
I would spred it on a sandwich with turkey and cream cheese and mustard
I would love to try this on pork chops.
Steve Stone says
I would use it in meatloaf for sure.
I’d like to try it mixed into a cheeseball and served with crackers. I bet it would be yummy 🙂
Kimberly Bauer says
I would use it in my homemade Chicken Enchiladas.
Laura Lanza says
Mix it with cream cheese for a nice dip.
Cynthia C says
I think it would make a nice condiment for grilled chicken.
amy pugmire says
I would use it in my homemade beef burritos.
I think I’d try it with a pulled pork sandwich.
Jennifer Speed says
I would use it as a marinade for chicken and pair it with some rice and a vegetable.
Mary Happymommy says
Over baked chicken
I’d use it as a dip for quesadillas! Thanks for the great giveaway!
Kelly D says
I would make glazed chicken cutlets with this salsa.
On my chicken breasts as a sauce…yum!
trisha kilpatrick says
I would love to try it over chicken breasts or mixed with cream cheese as a dip.
Grilled chicken breast! Yummy!
kim burnett says
I would try it on a pork tenderloin as a glaze!
Karen Glatt says
I would use this to make Chicken burritos and use it as the sauce instead of regular salsa. I bet it tastes good.
I would use it for baked turkey
Stephanie F. says
The first thing that comes to mind is to make turkey fiesta nachos or something like that. Maybe use pita chips instead of tortilla chips?
I would use it my turkey and mash potatos
chris z says
i would use it on a grilled chicken sandwhich
heather baker says
I think it would taste good over baked chicken
April Brenay says
I would love to use it over pork chops! maybe make some hash with it too!
Tammy Schweitzer says
I would say with chicken I better taste great or even turkey
Jennifer M says
I would put it on top of baked brie! mmmmmm!
John Kirkpatrick says
Think I might add it as a dipping sauce to my veggie tray
i think it might be good used with pork, like a pork tenderloin or pork chops.
Darlene Carbajal says
Suzanne K says
I’d use it on an omlet with turkey and cheese filling
Cranberry Chicken Stew
I would use it as a glaze over baked chicken.
I would use it on top of a turkey salad.
Christy Colln says
Over baked chicken 🙂 yum..thanks for the chance
I’d pour it over pork and put it in the crockpot. That would taste great!
Barb Stenby says
I would use it in a baked brie with apples wrapped in a puff pastry! YUMMMY!
Wow, this ingredient is fun! 🙂 I would like to try it over cream cheese to serve with crackers as an appetizer, or maybe with chicken tostadas or porkchops.
I would love to eat it with homemade cinnamon chips! 🙂
Debbie Petch says
My turkey and cheese rolls!
Lisa Weidknecht says
I would pour it over mashed potatoes.
Ava Ann Chavez says
I think it’d be wonderful with stuffing!
Rebecca Graham says
I would use it with a turkey sandwich.
On my breakfast burritos or scrambled eggs
brooke t says
Vicky D says
I would like to try this on my leftover turkey sandwiches.
Richelle Goins says
whole grain cracker, small piece of turkey, cranberry salsa.. yum-yum…
Sarah Hirsch says
chicken with cranberry salsa sauce
Mary Siminski says
I would use it for a apple and chicken wrap!! Yummy
an incredible turkey sandwich i can see it now
Heidi Zapolski says
It would be really good poured over a roasted pork loin
Tara Liebing says
I would make a grilled chicken salad and use the salsa as a dressing.
molli vandehey says
i would love to use it as a dressing for fish!
Wendy Rozema says
I’d use it in my chili recipe!
Cynthia R says
i want to add it to a brownie or cookie mix.
Natalie yeoman says
I’d like to put it in a chicken sandwich
This may be off the wall, but how about trying it in a beef stew?!?! Or even crockpot meatballs….
Wendy R. says
I’m thinking some sort of nachos would be good! Or maybe a casserole made with layered tortillas, sauce, shredded turkey, cheese and that salsa!
Ashley B says
I would use it on my Turkey and Cranberry Sauce Pinwheels!
Katie Roch says
I would make a pork roast and put the cranberry salsa along with some brown sugar in a slow cooker.
Melinda stephens says
I think it is good with brie and crackers.
Lauren-Olivia Wood says
I would make a queso chicken with the salsa as an added flavor element!
Jessamine D. says
I would use this for nachos. 🙂
Jim W. says
I’d try it with crackers and cheese
Sherry Bult says
This wap is a great way to watch calories, thru the winter. I always eat more thru winter time!!
I would use it on left over turket lol.
Mary Calabrese says
I have a great apple/jello/cranberry salad that I make.
some kind of crazy leftover thanksgiving sandwich!
Laurajj Jacobson says
I would love to try it on baked potatoes! I love salsa on a baked potato for lunch, this would be really good!
richelle bowers says
i would use it in a salad
Brittany C. says
I would mix it with mayo and use as a spread on a turkey sandwich.
I think it would taste good with a baked tilapia
I make a cranberry pork roast. I bet this would be delicious with it.
Kristin L says
Crockpot chicken. Yum.
mary renshaw says
I would use it with brie and a puff pastry as an app
Stephanie Larison says
I’d try it making my crockpot meatballs. I normally use grape jelly and taco sauce, I think this would give it a extra kick to it!
joseph gersch jr says
I would make a chicken salad and cranberry salsa sandwich
Kimberly Hilbert says
I can’t imagine using it for anything but turkey sandwiches. Sounds great if you like cranberry sauce.
Tabathia B says
I am not a cranberry person, so I would use as a side to turkey and stuffing only
Given all of the leftover turkey I have, I would use it as a spread on a turkey sandwich.
Susan Smith says
I would use it over pork chops
Amanda Sakovitz says
with some fried chicken
Denise m says
A sandwich with turkey and stuffing
jeni lutz says
I would use it with taco dip
I’d use it inside chicken and cheese quesadillas.
Josie Grounds says
I would use it with my 7 layer dip, I usually top with queso, this would be a nice change.
I would use this on pork loin, slowly roasted on the grill.
Angela N Winesburg (@Hotsnotty2) says
I’d use it as a marinade for pork chops
Rebecca Lock says
I would use it with my holiday meatballs.
Annemarie Z. says
I would use it with turkey, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions on a bagel!
I would use it on my turkey
Jill McHale says
I would make a grilled cheese and salsa panini!
Kyhere Here says
Let’s bake it in puff pastry with brie.
Donna Pyszk says
I would use this on a fruit salad . Lettuce, blueberries, strawberries YUM
Should go well with venison…
Tim Allport says
Some festive holiday nachos.
Lorena Keech says
I think it would be great on pork tenderloin or chicken breasts
Brittney House says
I would use it in my beef burritos.
Jaime Cummings says
Grilled chicken breast
Susan Chester says
I wonder if it would taste good on a baked potato? I would try it!
Danalee Davis says
I would try this salsa on chicken and/or turkey.
I’d love it on a salad!
Thomas Murphy says
I would use it for pork chops
Michele Carvalho says
I think it would be awesome in a crock pot with chicken
danielle Marie says
i like the turkey panini option others have mentioned.
Kathleen S. says
I would use it in a turkey sandwich. Yumm!
Eugenia Hall says
I’d use it with pork chops
melina r says
I would use it on top of grilled chicken.
Karen Drake says
I would use it to flavor pulled pork for sandwiches.
Michelle C says
This would be great over baked chicken! Thanks for the chance to win!
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I would put it in the crockpot with chicken!
Gail Fernandez says
I think it might be tasty on pork chops on maybe in meatload.
i would use it as a ham glaze
Kathryn C says
I think I would try it in a chicken stir fry dish – thanks for your recipe I really had no idea this item existed!
I’d mix it with cream cheese and pecans to make a cheeseball or dip or I’d use it as a topping for a salad!
I’d probably make a chicken salad with it.
liz l says
Delightful Cranberry Lemonade
Jennifer C says
I could use it for shredded chicken.
Laura P. says
I think it would be great in a chicken burrito.
Melanie Montgomery says
I would make a layered dip using it
Peggy Rydzewski says
Wild be great over grilled chicken
Heather Dawn says
I think it would taste good with grilled chicken inside of pita bread
I’d put it on grilled chicken
Liz N says
Not a chef, so I think I’d just pour it on some ham and serve it up! Yum!
amy deeter says
i would try it with some baked chicken
Vicki D. says
I would stuff thick pork chops with dressing and this cranberry salsa. Doesn’t it sound good?
Sarah S says
This would be really good on some spinach ravioli. It sounds so delicious and refreshing!
This would be great in a chicken salad! Thanks so much and I would love this prize.
Karen Gonyea says
I would love to use this in a chicken glaze 🙂
I think I would use it as a sauce on a grilled chicken breast.
Sky sparkle says
I’d use this with cold chicken I think!
Jennifer J says
I would use this salsa with some ground turkey nachos!
Kim Parrott says
This would be amazing in a barbecue sauce of some kind – tangy, sweet and a little spicy
Gennie Lancaster says
I would bake it over chicken breasts.
tina reynolds says
I would use it in my taco enchilada bake
Kyl Neusch says
over pork chops
I’d pour it over a brick of cream cheese for a cracker dip.
Donna L says
I would put it in my turkey dressing..
I’d use it on turkey sandwiches with mayo.
Alex Roach says
In a turkey sandwhich!
I would use this in my cranberry nut bread recipe
Kellie Conklin says
I would use this to add into spaghetti tacos, I can tell it would make a delicious addition, something unexpected and unique! Thanks!
Buddy Garrett says
I would use it in baked chicken.
Amy Lee says
I bet it would be really good with turkey!
I would use it for a turkey sandwhich.
Thanks for the chance!
In a meatloaf.
carol j says
I would eat it on crackers
Michelle Tucker says
I’d put it over cream cheese and set out crackers with it. It’d be SO good.
Richard Hicks says
I bet it would be good over a roast chicken!
I would use it as a glaze on pork roast
Bryan E. says
Thanks for the giveaway…Pan Seared Chicken Breasts topped with Cranberry Salsa.
Christian Alejandro says
Jane Ritz says
I would love these. I’m going to give them a try. They look simply delicious.
Tiffany F says
These look so good !! i love making wraps rather than sandwiches. Great way to get rid of the holidays leftovers as well.