Chopped Turkey Salad

Make something fall-fresh with your leftover turkey– salad! Try serving this with butter lettuce. It is mild and crisp, making a perfect contrast to the rich flavor of roasted turkey. Also great as a wrap, cut and served as tea sandwiches, or dress up your after-holiday-party relish tray!

2 Cups chopped left over turkey
2 green apples, diced
1 Cup chopped pecans
1 Cup shredded cheddar, Organic Valley is awesome!
1/3 Cup mayo or plain yogurt
2 TB apple cider vinegar
1 tsp each dill, thyme, black pepper
salt to taste

Mix dried herbs with vinegar and mayo/yogurt. Set aside while you chop the other ingredients. This will give the dressing time to develop its flavors. Toss chopped ingredients together and mix dressing in well.

This can be served immediately or chilled.

*** Double the dressing and toss in 1 lb cooked penne or gluten-free pasta for an awesome pasta salad.

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  1. I think you should list the secret ingredient but only when you but that special pinch of xoxo *.* in your cooking


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