Leftover turkey is often one of the best things after the holiday meal, but getting new ideas for the leftovers can often be a both. This recipe uses the turkey as a quick salad, combining it into its own Thanksgiving dinner, using mayo, celery, onions and dried cranberries to whip up this delicious salad. The dried cranberries add a bit of tart sweetness, and just like on the dinner plate, they are perfect with this meat and will be great to head out for lunch.
- This salad is a great way to use up turkey leftovers from the holidays
- It’s as simple as tossing diced turkey with a few ingredients
- Delicious on its own, in bread for a sandwich, or in a tortilla
“Unless you are incredibly lucky or a perfect plan, you will almost certainly have leftover turkey after Thanksgiving. Just go ahead and plan for a pound of it to go to this salad. It’s the perfect use.”
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