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Turkey-Egg Salad

Turkey-Egg Salad recipe
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This Turkey-Egg Salad is a hearty affair, made creamy with MIRACLE WHIP and made flavorful with onions, celery and sweet pickle relish.
15 min
1 hr 15 min
12 servings
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very easy and yummy!!! :)
This makes fabulous sandwiches! It is so delicious. I've bought and cooked turkey breasts solely for the purpose of making this. I don't like Miracle Whip so I use mayo instead. Word of warning: if the onion you use isn't mild it can overpower the entire thing. I use less than recommended. You can always add more later.
Very good. Even my husband, who doesn't like sandwiches, liked this. I will make this often.
My husband loved this! It was a great way to use the rest of our holiday turkey.
This is the second time I have made this and it is delicious!! Although it is fine without the celery seed, it is even better with it so use it! And make this recipe!!
I also made this with chicken - and used dill relish instead of sweet. I omitted the celery seed, and it was WONDERFUL!! A great salad for sandwiches.
I actually made this with chicken, thinking i invented something great! This is a really good way to use those holiday leftovers. My family hates leftovers after the first night.
I made this salad with chicken instead of turkey, and it was good. I imagine that turkey would be great too. Six cups of chicken or turkey is about the same as two pounds. And I have a small family, so I used only a pound and halfed the recipe. It made plenty of salad to make at least a dozen full sandwiches. Now, if I were making this as a side dish for a barbecue rather than for sandwiches, I would probably use the full recipe. My family loved this so much that all they ate for days was chicken egg salad sandwiches, and they normally hate eating leftovers.
I made this with chicken instead of Turkey. It was very good. I added extra onion and Miracle Whip and served it on crossants. Everyone really liked it. It's a good spring/summer meal.
It's a delicious alternative to regular egg salad. It's also great as a topping on tossed salad.
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