Recipe by Jason N - Home Chef
"I created this recipe to use leftover holiday turkey. It's a classic bound salad using mayonnaise and celery, but it also includes fresh cranberries, orange juice and cashews. Although new to our menu, it has become a holiday favorite. My family requests I make my own turkey before Thanksgiving so I can serve this salad as an appetizer at our holiday feast. I hope you will find it as enjoyable as we do. Enjoy it on rolls, in wraps, or as a spread with crackers."
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fresh orange juice
chopped cooked turkey
celery ribs, diced
mayonnaise, or to taste
ground dried sage
ground black pepper, to taste
This stuff is amazing! I didn't have sage and I only had ground Thyme, so those things were different. I also couldn't find whole cranberries in the stores yet, so I used Craisins. I served this on potato rolls and it makes it even more delightful. My friends enjoyed this as well. I wasn't sure when to add the cashews, so I waited until just before I served it.
This was just ok for me. I really wanted to like this, but I'm afraid the orange in the cranberry sauce was a bit overpowering. I used mayo, but the sweetness and the orange really stood out making it taste like it was made with miracle whip (which I'm not fond of at all). I will try this again, but will use my own cranberry sauce (Martha Stewart's cranberry grape compote!) and maybe add some chopped onion.
Delicious! Mine version deters as I didn't have exactly the same ingredients however, the salty, sweet flavoring works great with the thyme and sage spice. my substitutes...craisins(cranberries), pistachios(cashews) and chicken breast meat(turkey, Kosher salt. This is a must make recipe!
Step 2 is how I usually make my cranberry sauce. This was such a great way to use up the leftovers! I didn't have any cashews or celery on hand but it was so simple and perfectly yummy. I'm happy to leave the first review here.
My family LOVES this. Easy, simple, tasty. Perfect.
Made it exactly as printed. Applesauce kept the amount of mayonnaise low so it wasn't oily. Flavors blended well. I'll make this after every turkey dinner.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Festive Fall Turkey Salad
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 166
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