Turkey Salad Sandwiches

Turkey combined with dried cranberries with a creamy dressing...all served on a croissant. This is my favorite sandwich and I look forward to the leftover turkey from holidays just so I can enjoy this sandwich. Cook time represents the chill time.

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  • In one bowl combine turkey, cranberries, celery, and onions; mix well.
  • In another bowl mix mayonnaise, yogurt, and lemon juice together. Sprinkle to taste with salt and ground pepper. Pour over turkey mixture and stir all together.
  • Refrigerate 1/2 to 1 hour. Spoon turkey mixture on sliced croissants. Add lettuce and croissant top.
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"Turkey combined with dried cranberries with a creamy dressing...all served on a croissant. This is my favorite sandwich and I look forward to the leftover turkey from holidays just so I can enjoy this sandwich. Cook time represents the chill time."

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  1. Elisabetta47
    Best turkey salad I've ever eaten. Served them open face on a soft roll with a lettuce leaf top...could eat more turkey salad that way! The combination of flavors is perfect & successfully disguised the over-cooked cold turkey I was trying to use up. Next time I'm going to add some toasted almond bits just to gild the lily. Thanks so much.
  2. puppitypup
    I've made this twice now, and it's a wonderful recipe. I brought it to our Toastmaster's party last night, and everyone loved it. I only used mayonnaise, since I didn't have any yogurt. I used recipe #247637 to bake turkey thighs to use for the sandwiches. Thanks Sandy, this is a definite keeper!
  3. Diana in Middlebury
    What a fabulous recipe. I multiplied everything by 7 as I had 14 cups of shredded turkey from a 13 pound bird and was feeding 30 people. Our guests just raved! I also used low fat sour cream and low fat mayo. Since the sweetened cranberries were sticking together, I dusted them with flour. We plan to substitute chicken breasts for a future lunch.
  4. AlaskanAmateur
    I do not typically mix savory and sweet flavors, so this was outside my comfort zone a bit, but SO DELICIOUS! I used smoked turkey breast and substituted sour cream for the plain yogurt since I'd run out. This was very simple and yet special enough for company. This will be my primary turkey-salad recipe from now on. Thank you for sharing it!
  5. AlaskanAmateur
    I do not typically mix savory and sweet flavors, so this was outside my comfort zone a bit, but SO DELICIOUS! I used smoked turkey breast and substituted sour cream for the plain yogurt since I'd run out. This was very simple and yet special enough for company. This will be my primary turkey-salad recipe from now on. Thank you for sharing it!
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