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Old 01-02-2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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ISO - Turkey Salad Recipe

Does anybody have a good turkey salad sandwich recipe?

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Old 01-02-2012, 11:54 AM   #2
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Hello. Welcome to the board....I like to keep my Turkey Salad fairly basic. A bit of diced onion(green onion if I have it) and some celery. Mayo, salt and pepper. I also put in fresh parsley if I have it 'cus I love it in almost everything. Sometimes I use ranch dressing instead of mayo. I have also used diced cucumber in with it. But you need to use it up right away 'cus the cucumber will get mushy if it sits in the fridge for a day or more.
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Thanks for the tip. New to forum and loving it.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:39 PM   #4
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4 parts chopped turkey
3 parts chopped celery
2 parts chopped green onions
Enough mayonnaise for it all to hang together
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Hello. Welcome to the board....I like to keep my Turkey Salad fairly basic. A bit of diced onion(green onion if I have it) and some celery. Mayo, salt and pepper. I also put in fresh parsley if I have it 'cus I love it in almost everything. Sometimes I use ranch dressing instead of mayo. I have also used diced cucumber in with it. But you need to use it up right away 'cus the cucumber will get mushy if it sits in the fridge for a day or more.
I find that sliced cucumber makes a nice garnish. Yeah, parsley, that's always good.
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I find that sliced cucumber makes a nice garnish. Yeah, parsley, that's always good.
I seed the cucumber and dice it fairly small. Makes for a nice fresh taste. Especially in the summer when the cukes are fresh out of the garden....Mind you, I like cucumber on a lot of sandwiches. Did you ever have cucumber and onion sandwhiches, with mayo and loads of black pepper on toasted brown bread? Good stuff....
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I seed the cucumber and dice it fairly small. Makes for a nice fresh taste. Especially in the summer when the cukes are fresh out of the garden....Mind you, I like cucumber on a lot of sandwiches. Did you ever have cucumber and onion sandwhiches, with mayo and loads of black pepper on toasted brown bread? Good stuff....
Yes!! I like them with green onions or chives and sometimes add tomatoes.

I usually get English cukes, so I don't remove seeds.
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