As written, I would give this recipe only 3 stars, because the ratios seem to be off. I started with the called-for amount of nuts, apples, and celery, but after I added the turkey, it looked like it was about to become an apple, celery, and nut salad with a sprinkle of turkey. So I decided to deviate even more. Good thing this recipe is very versatile. When all was said and done, my recipe was as follows: 2 1/2 cups turkey (dark and white), 2 stalks celery, one granny smith apple, 3/4 cup of dried cranberries, 1/2 cup sliced almonds (don't like walnuts as much), 1/2 cup each of plain yogurt and lite mayo (didn't have sour cream or regular mayo), 1/2 T dried parsley, a little over 1 T each of honey, dijon mustard, and lemon juice, and salt & pepper by eyeballing. It turned out very yummy, with the nice delicate crunch of the sliced almonds. Done my way, I give it 4 stars. Not 5 just because it wasn't AMAZING or out of the ordinary, but very good. The overall combination of flavors and textures is appealing to my tastes, so I appreciate the recipe to use as a guideline.
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As written, I would give this recipe only 3 stars, because the ratios seem to be off. I...