This Smoked Turkey Salad Recipe is one that I am shocked that I hadn’t tried making sooner! Holiday dinner leftovers are a favorite of mine, but turkey salad was not a creation I had made before. Plus its an easy lunch the day after smoking a turkey!
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Now I based this on my Smoked Chicken Salad Recipe (get the recipe -> here), which is one of my favorite lunches to take to 3work! I love when leftover meat works into excellent leftovers!
Smoked Turkey Salad Ingredients:
How To Make Smoked Turkey Salad:
I made this using leftover smoked turkey breast, but any smoked turkey will work. (Check out my Smoked Turkey Recipes -> here). I picked up my Pit Boss Grill at Lowes, but Walmart and Amazon carry other Pit Boss options or the Pitboss website. I love the cost of them vs. other pellet smokers, plus it hasn’t disappointed me yet.
Shred the leftover smoked turkey into small pieces.
Chop up your veggies to the fineness that you like.
In a bowl combine your meat, seasonings, veggies, and wet ingredients.
Start to mix everything until you get the consistency you want.
Store in the fridge for up to 48 hours.
Serve and enjoy!!
What is your favorite turkey salad ingredient?
Alternative Mix-Ins For Smoked Turkey Salad:
You can mix any extra ingredients into Turkey salad, so it is different every time you make it.
- Dill Relish
- Miracle Whip
- Diced Peppers
- Smoked Paprika
- Liquid Smoke
- Chili Paste
- Celery Seeds
What Types Of Bread To Serve Smoked Turkey Salad On:
- Hoagie Buns
- Brioche Buns
- Wheat Bread
- Garlic Bread
- French Rolls
- Ciabatta Buns
How To store Leftover Turkey Salad
Store in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to four days.
The Best Leftover Smoked Turkey Recipes:
I love to use leftover smoked turkey in other recipes! From Pot Pies to soup to a casserole, there are no limits. I even use my Pit Boss Grills and Blackstone griddle to make leftover dishes too!! Check out all my tried and true leftover turkey recipes ->HERE.
Smoked Turkey Recipes:
A dry rub works amazingly well on turkey, but doing a brine with the dry rub adds more flavor. There is no wrong way to smoke a turkey. Now, I buy extras during the holidays, so I have extra turkeys to smoke later in the year!
- Smoked Coca-Cola Turkey Brine Recipe
- Smoked Turkey With A Dry Rub
- Apple Cider Brine Smoked Turkey
- Smoked Turkey Breast With Brine Recipe
- Jack Daniels Smoked Turkey Brine
- Smoked Turkey With Brine, Butter Injection, and Dry Rub
Smoked Turkey Salad Recipe
- I made this using leftover smoked turkey breast but any smoked turkey will work.
- Shred the leftover smoked turkey into small pieces.
- Chop up your veggies to the fineness that you like.
- In a bowl combine your meat, seasonings, veggies, and wet ingredients.
- Start to mix everything until you get the consistency you want.
- Store in the fridge for up to 48 hours.
- Serve and enjoy!!