Not feeling the whole turkey this year but still wanting a fun turkey dish to prepare? This turkey roulade recipe is a beautiful alternative with all the traditional flavors and fixings. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees while you cook carrots, onion and celeriac in a buttered pan. Add in sausage with fresh sage and thyme until the sausage has browned. Add in a box of stuffing mix along with small amounts of chicken broth until you reach your desired consistency for this mixture, then set it aside. Tenderize the turkey breast and then spread it with some quince mustard followed by a thin layer of the stuffing mixture. Making sure the turkey is skin side down, begin rolling it from the short end into a log. Once rolled, use kitchen twine to tie the turkey crosswise at one inch intervals and finally tie it lengthwise. Place the turkey on a wire rack over a sheet pan with parchment paper and generously brush it with butter and season with salt and pepper. If you have leftover stuffing, you can bake it in a separate dish while you bake the turkey until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees (start checking after 45 minutes or so). Once finished, slice the turkey log and serve alongside the stuffing, fresh cranberry sauce and your favorite Thanksgiving veggies.