Recipe by COCINERADELSLA
"A quick and easy noodle salad with delicious sweet red grapes, turkey, and a special kick of celery."
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1 (8 ounce) package
1 1/2 cups
minced celery root
halved seedless red grapes
diced cooked turkey
romaine lettuce leaves, torn into bite size pieces
This was a very good recipe for a quick lunch or get together. I made this and a fresh loaf of Italian bread and it was great for a small gathering of Moms that I had over my house. I added curry powder to the mayonaise/sour cream mixture and it was great. I also only added enough dressing to coat the pasta and eveyrthing else. I reserved the rest in case the salad dried out while it was in the refridgerator. It never did, so I actually think next time I will cut the mayo mixture down.
I used canneloni pasta because it is more elegant. Overall this was very tasty.
Its was good but it felt like it was missing something.But other then that I would make it again very refreshing a great summer salad
Very good, I will make this again.
I wanted an easy turkey salad recipe and this is it! I loved it! I did add cashews and onion to give it a kick!
My whole family loved this salad! I followed the recipe exactly with two minor exceptions - I did not have celery root, so I used a sprinkle of celery seed instead. and I used cavatappi pasta in place of the mostaccioli because I thought the double elbows make a prettier salad. It goes together so easily. We had the romaine lettuce on the side as a separate salad. A very refreshing summer dish and a great way to use leftover turkey! Thank you for sharing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Turkey Red Grape Salad
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 498
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