Turkey‎ (Chicken)‎ Salad‎ Recipe:‎



One of the best things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers! Yesterday Turkey became today Turkey Salad.


If‎ you‎ have‎ a whole‎ bunch‎ of‎ turkey‎ leftover‎ after‎ Thanksgiving‎, here‎ is‎ a straightforward‎ and‎ tasty‎ recipe‎ that‎ will‎ make‎ the‎ turkey‎ much‎ more‎ enjoyable. If you like me, I am not a turkey person until it's leftover, and I can make a different dish out of it. I love to use Turkey for the hash, and the hubby love to make this Turkey salad; when I tell you, it is one of my favorite leftover foods that he makes. This a great meal for lunch, easy and fast to make. I hope you guys enjoy Dwayne’s Turkey Salad Recipe.




Ingredients‎


1.‎ ‎ 4‎ cups‎ cooked‎ turkey‎ or‎ chicken‎ with‎ skin‎ removed‎ diced‎ into‎ small‎ cubes

2.‎ ‎ 1/2‎ to‎ 2/3‎ cup‎ of‎ mayonnaise‎ (dependent‎ upon‎ desired‎ level‎ of‎ consistency)‎

3.‎ ‎ 1/2‎ cup‎ of‎ finely‎ diced‎ celery

4.‎ ‎ ‎ 2‎ 1/2‎ tablespoons‎ finely‎ diced‎ yellow‎ onion‎

5.‎ ‎ 1‎ teaspoon‎ Dijon‎ mustard‎

6.‎ ‎ 1‎ teaspoon‎ poultry‎ ‎ seasoning‎

7.‎ ‎ 2‎ teaspoons‎ freshly‎ squeezed‎ lemon

8.‎ ‎ 1/2‎ teaspoon‎ onion‎ powder

9.‎ ‎ 2‎ tablespoons‎ finely‎ chopped‎ fresh‎ parsley‎

10.‎ ‎ Lightly‎ season‎ with‎ salt‎ and‎ pepper‎ to‎ desired‎ taste


Instructions‎


1.‎ ‎ Place‎ diced‎ turkey‎ or‎ chicken‎ in‎ large‎ bowl

2.‎ ‎ Add‎ diced‎ celery,‎ ‎ onion‎ and‎ parsley‎ to‎ bowl‎ with‎ the‎ turkey‎ or‎ chicken

3.‎ ‎ In‎ separate‎ bowl‎ combine‎ the‎ mayonnaise,‎ ‎ Dijon‎ mustard,‎ lemon‎ juice,‎ poultry‎ ‎ seasoning‎ ‎ and‎ onion‎ powder‎ and‎ whisk‎ to‎ a‎ uniform‎ consistency‎

4.‎ ‎ Next‎ pour‎ the‎ sauce‎ mixture‎ into‎ the‎ bowl‎ with‎ the‎ turkey‎ or‎ chicken‎ and‎ gently‎ stir‎ until‎ evenly‎ distributed.‎ ‎ ‎

5.‎ ‎ Lightly‎ season‎ with‎ salt‎ and‎ pepper‎ ‎ to‎ desired‎ taste.

6.‎ ‎ You‎ can‎ serve‎ immediately‎ or‎ place‎ in‎ refrigerator‎ and‎ eat‎ later.‎ ‎ I‎ prefer‎ to‎ eat‎ on‎ a‎ croissant‎ but‎ you‎ can‎ use‎ any‎ bread‎ or‎ cracker‎ of‎ chose‎ or‎ eat‎ it‎ alone.



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