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Calories: 678kcal Carbohydrates: 51g Protein: 46g Fat: 33g Saturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 162mg Sodium: 777mg Potassium: 689mg Fiber: 6g Sugar: 27g Vitamin A: 898IU Vitamin C: 12mg Calcium: 96mg Iron: 3mg
He immediately said that I should make turkey salad for turkey salad sandwiches as his Dad used to when they were kids. Im not gonna lie, Im pretty obsessed with sandwiches, not quite as obsessed as enchiladas, but its a close second.
Im so excited to share this recipe with you today! Weve been eating it all week, and honestly, I could totally make it again and eat it again and be perfectly happy. Its creamy and delicious on its own, with some crackers or on sandwiches.
To make turkey salad, the bulk of the prep is chopping your veggies and salvaging enough turkey to make at least 4 cups. If we have enough, we usually like to use white meat for the turkey salad and dark meat for turkey enchiladas or soup.
But, you can use a mix of dark and light meat for this salad if you dont have enough. The key is to dice it small enough not to have giant chunks, but leave it big enough you dont get tuna consistency. So, about the size of dice is what youre going for!
Then youll mix up your creamy sauce and pour that in. Of course, you could throw all the sauce ingredients in with the chopped veggies, but I find you get a little better result with mixing the sauce separately. That way, you are guaranteed uniform distribution of maximum flavor.
Calories: 201kcal Carbohydrates: 4g Protein: 15g Fat: 14g Saturated Fat: 3g Polyunsaturated Fat: 7g Monounsaturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 55mg Sodium: 317mg Potassium: 283mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 2g Vitamin A: 2906IU Vitamin C: 4mg Calcium: 42mg Iron: 1mg
Turkey Salad Recipe turn that leftover turkey into the most delicious turkey salad. A fun twist on a classic with a few dried cranberries thrown in, to make it the best turkey sandwich youll want over and over again.
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Give your turkey leftovers a gentle smokey kick with a turkey salad seasoned with chipotle powder and jalapeos
Thanksgiving dinner is epic in our family, we make enough food to feed an army and I think we enjoy the leftovers just as much as we do the actual dinner. We have been rotating between our Easy Smoked Turkey and Cajun Smoked Turkey for our holiday dinners.
My kids are counting the minutes until grandma arrives with the turkey spread so that they can make sandwiches. It is their favorite. There's never any discussion of how are we going to eat all of the leftover turkey.
It just doesn't get any easier than this Turkey Salad for your Thanksgiving leftovers. This literally comes together in less than five minutes. It actually takes longer to wash the food processor than it does to make this.
Happy Thanksgiving week to all my US followers! This is without a doubt my favorite time of the year. I know Ive said this often, but I truly cant believe how fast this year has flown by! As much as I love Thanksgiving, we all know I am most excited for all things Christmas. That doesnt mean I will skip over the best part of Thanksgiving the leftovers! If you have been following me for a while you know my favorite part of Thanksgiving are the leftovers, including enjoying a piece of cold pumpkin pie the morning after. I am excited to share this recipe for Leftover Turkey Salad just in time before your holiday feast!Â Im also sharing my FREE printable PDF with several helpful recipes to help you maximize all of your Thanksgiving leftovers.Â