To prepare the rolls, first take the turkey slices and beat them with a meat pounder between two sheets of baking paper: this method will help not to ruin the fibres in the meat. Obtain a thickness of about 3 mm. Now place the beaten slices on a flat surface, lay two slices of cheese on top (about 40g per slice) and two sage leaves and fold the edges to your right and left by 1 cm to keep the filling sealed. Roll up the stuffed slice to make a roll. Wrap each roll with 3 slices of bacon.
Put a saucepan on the heat and heat the oil in the pan together with the sprig of sage and crushed garlic. Cook the rolls for about 10 minutes, turning them often to even out the cooking.
Once they are well browned, put your rolls in the oven and finally cook them at 180° in static preheated mode for about 10 minutes. Once the necessary time has passed, remove them from the oven, place them on a serving plate and serve them hot: here are your rolls!
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