4 servings (serving size: 2 stuffed pita halves)

Dried fruit, almonds, and a touch of ginger make these 10-minute sandwiches deliciously different. Serve with baked chips for a superfast supper.

How to Make It

Step 1

Heat a small nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add almonds; cook 2 minutes or until toasted, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; set aside.

Step 2

Combine yogurt, mayonnaise, ginger, and pepper in a medium bowl. Add almonds, celery, and next 4 ingredients (through turkey), stirring well to combine. Spoon 1/3 cup turkey mixture into each pita half.

Chef's Notes

If you don't have leftover turkey to use in this recipe, go to the deli section of your local grocery store and ask for a thick, eight-ounce cut of roasted turkey breast meat.

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Ratings & Reviews

4 1/2 stars

November 26, 2016
One of our go-to recipes for Thanksgiving left-over turkey.  I don't change a thing.  Delicious.

Annedidas's Review

December 12, 2010
I loved the idea of this recipe, but made a few substitutions (due to having a limited amount of ingredients in the house) and it came out scrumptious! Instead of turkey, cherries, almonds, and plain yogurt, I used a can of albacore tuna, dried cranberries, pecans, and vanilla yogurt. The vanilla yogurt made the sandwich a little sweet, which I love. This recipe is great for everyday meals that you can put on a sandwich or on top of a salad.

Maywati's Review

March 25, 2010
Easy salad to put together for lunch. I had it on the side with a pita. I definitely like the dried cherries and toasted almonds. Different.

fabfoodie914's Review

November 18, 2009
I love this salad for lunch. Made several modifications...left out ginger because I didn't want that asian flavor, used canned white meat chicken instead of turkey - which turned out to be a great easy subsitution, and didn't put it in a pita - ate it with RF Triscuits & on a bed of lettuce (two different lunches). Will definitely be a repeat. Yummy!

eefinn's Review

June 18, 2009
This was great! I used a roasted turkey breast from the deli section of my grocery store. I omitted the celery and replaced the red onions with green onions. And I agree with a fellow reviewer - greek yogurt makes all the difference in the world. The ginger flavor was a tad too much for me - will use less next time.