Spicy Turkey Salad Wraps - Review by Baking Nana
Make sure you drain the Rotel tomatoes. I did not use Miracle Whip - used Mayonnaise instead, with awesome results. What a great way to change up turkey & use up some leftovers.
Spicy turkey salad is rolled with a Mexican cheese blend in a flour tortilla creating a spicy wrap, perfect for lunch boxes or a quick snack.
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