Back in 1997, I worked for Heavenly Ham, the chief competition for Honey Baked Ham at the time. When I left the company, I had the recipes for their Tuna Salad, Pasta Salad, Ham Salad, Chicken Salad and Turkey Salad burned in my memory. The turkey salad was ALWAYS my favorite throughout the time I worked for the Heavenly Ham. Now that they are no longer in business and have been bought out by Honey Baked Ham, many of their products are no longer produced. It's a shame because the turkey salad is unbelievably good, though many people don't care for it's appearance or jump to the conclusion that it's ingredients sound disgusting. Don't let the mayo content scare you from making it, once in the mix it's calorie count would be no different than spreading a little on bread...and given the fact that Turkey is a low calorie and low fat food, it balances out.
16 oz package of Smoked Turkey Breast (lunch meat slices)
1 9oz jar Major Grey Chutney (In the Ketchup aisle and tough to spot check out attached pics)
1 1/2 Cups of Mayo (NOT Miracle Whip or Mayo Dressing)
2 to 3 Scallion Stalks
1/2 tbs Black Pepper
Empty jar of Chutney and Scallions into food processor or Cuisinart and puree. Use spatula to pour mixture into mixing bowl. Don't worry about rinsing the processor between steps, it all gets mixed together anyway. Chop Turkey in food processor (almost like a ground texture) pour into mixing bowl. Add Mayo and Black Pepper mix and refrigerate until you are ready to serve.
This is especially tasty on sandwiches made on Croissant with lettuce, Havarti Cheese slices and tomato. Also makes a great alternative protein in salads or served with Crackers.
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