Ginger-Sesame Turkey Salad

Ginger-Sesame Turkey Salad | Good Cheap Eats

One of my favorite sandwich fillings is Chicken Salad. I have a few different favorites, like this one with cubed cheddar or this chicken salad with with apples and almonds or this chicken salad with apples, grapes and dried cranberries. When I was thinking about the flavors of a new salad to make, I decided to go Asian.

This salad, which you can make with turkey or chicken, is full of sesame, ginger, and soy. It’s delicious served in lettuce or cabbage leaves for a low-carb option. My kids liked it wrapped up in tortillas. You could also serve it on a salad or in a roll. I’m thinking a Hawaiian sweet roll would be a nice choice.

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  1. My husband loves ramaki (made with water chestnuts), but we never use the whole can. What a great recipe to not have those go to waste,

  2. Yeah. A chicken salad without mayo or sour cream. I can’t stand either ingredient and I have never seen a recipe without them. I will need to try this.

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