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I am a huge fan of fusion meals. Not only fusion as in two countries’ flavors fused into one dish, but just opposites in one meal. For example, salty and sweet. That is such a cool combination to me and I really cannot get enough of it. I love to chow down a good dish of salty and sweet pretzels for example. There is nothing better than a pretzel dipped in some milk chocolate. Yum, yum!
Now, since I love this so much, I really enjoy playing with different flavors to achieve it. We have something like this in our Cuban culture with fried ripe plantains. They are basically sweet bananas fried to golden perfection and eaten along with our normally savory meal. It adds a touch of sweetness to our meals that is so cool! So, I decided I had to get something similar but with more of an American style meal which is how I came up with this cranberry turkey salad. It is cold and has the mix of the salty turkey with the sweet cranberry. Together, it is the perfect topping for a green salad or filling for a hearty sandwich. There are so many yummy things to be made with this one!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Six Sister’s Stuff.
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