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.

Ginger-Sesame Turkey Salad | Good Cheap Eats

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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.

  3. We loved this recipe! My husband wasn’t sure at first because of the new flavors, but he really ended up liking it. Here’s my blog post on it if you’d like to check it out :)

    Love your blog! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Creative me says:

    This looks great as a portable lunch! I just made a batch and am very excited about the taste and smell. Looking forward to it.

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