Turkey salad makes a nice alternative to everyday chicken, and it's a great way to use holiday leftovers. In a wrap, as a sandwich, or served up on a platter with greens, our delicious turkey salad variations are crowd pleasers every time.
Leftover turkey gets tossed with rice and plenty of vegetables for a complete meal.
Chopped apples, dried cherries, and toasted pecans sweetly flavor this lean meal. Tip: Use chicken instead of turkey if you prefer.
Lean turkey, crisp pears, and smoky provolone cheese are beautifully complemented by a sweet and tangy cider vinaigrette in this amazing arugula salad. When buying pears, look for fruit that is fragrant and free of blemishes; any variety will work wonderfully. Comice pears are especially sweet, while Bartletts have the strongest signature "pear" flavor.
For this grilled salad, some of the tarragon marinade is set aside to use in a creamy yogurt dressing.
Grilled turkey cutlets make a delicious salad when tossed with apple, walnuts, and greens. Better yet, this main-dish salad can be ready in 20 minutes.
Here's an easy main dish for a potluck. Boil the pasta, then toss with all the other ingredients and you're out the door. Drizzle the salad dressing over it just before serving.
Keep your kitchen cool by mixing up this no-cook Asian salad for lunch or dinner. The oranges add an unexpected tart touch to the peppery arugala salad.
This low-fat main-dish salad topped with oven-fried turkey cutlets, beets, hard-cooked eggs, and croutons makes a satisfying dinner with a pleasing mix of flavors and textures.
To keep the crunch in the chow mein noodles and almonds, toss this main-dish salad together and serve immediately. That's not a problem with its quick 15-minute prep time.
When cooked in the microwave, bacon crisps up quickly. A little bit adds a big boost of flavor to a romaine and turkey salad that works as a main-dish dinner.
For a refreshing summer dinner, fill steamed zucchini with turkey and apple salad.
Mango chutney vinaigrette gives this light yet filling turkey dish a sweet tang. Serve it as a protein-packed dinner, or serve up smaller portions for an appetizer.
Use up leftover turkey for these appetizers. Just mix with apples and a mayonnaise sauce, then place on top of cucumber slices. It's easy!