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Nourish: Classic club sandwich gets the salad treatment

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  • Chopped Turkey Club Salad with Basil Balsamic Dressing

      Chopped Turkey Club Salad with Basil Balsamic Dressing
    The Washington Post

 
By Stephanie Witt Sedgwick
Special to The Washington Post

This Chopped Turkey Club Salad was inspired by a favorite sandwich. You get to enjoy a classic flavor combination, skip the bread and cut way back on the bacon. The basil-balsamic dressing is lighter than a mayonnaise-based spread.

I like to serve it as a meal in a big bowl with the ingredients laid out across the lettuce. Bring it to the table that way, then dress and toss the salad just before serving. I use an extra-sharp cheddar; crumbled instead of cut, the cheese blends in better.

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Make ahead: With the exception of the avocado, everything can be cut, crumbled, chopped and refrigerated up to 12 hours in advance. Assemble just before serving.

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