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               TEJAS SMOKED TURKEY SALAD WITH ALMOND-ANAHEIM
 
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 Serving Size  : 16   Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Poultry
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1                    Red bell pepper
    1                    Green bell pepper
    1                    Yellow bell pepper
    2                    Poblano peppers
    2       lb           Smoked turkey breasts --
                         Diced in 1/2 piece
    2                    Celery stalks -- diced in
      1/2                “ piece
      1/2   ds           Salt -- to taste
      1/2   ds           Black pepper -- freshly
                         Ground
      1/4   c            Blanched almonds -- toasted,
                         Slivered
    4       oz           Honeydew melon -- sliced
    4       oz           Peach slices
    4       oz           Apple slices
    4       oz           Blackberries -- or other
                         Berries
    4       oz           Grapes
 
   Mark Haugen writes: ”This makes a great summer buffet
   dish. Just add some terrific corn sticks and you have
   a simply delicious meal.“
   
   STEP ONE: Roast all peppers and chiles over an open
   flame until the skin blisters. Then place them in a
   covered bowl or plastic bag until the skin begins to
   loosen. Peel, seed, and cut into 1/2-inch dice.
   
   Combine diced peppers, turkey, and celery in a large
   bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
   
   STEP TWO: To make dressing, please refer to the recipe
   ”Almond-Anaheim Dressing" in this cookbook.
   
   STEP THREE: Toss salad with dressing and adjust
   seasonings to your preference. Serve salad sprinkled
   with toasted almonds and garnished with fresh fruits.
   
   Recipe By     : Mark Haugen of Tejas, Minneapolis, MN
   
   From: Emory!hpclbis.Cup.Hp.Com!juliar@sdate: Thu, 17
   Mar 94 16:11:22 -0800
  
 
 
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