Jubilation Turkey with Piquant Pepperdew May 12, 2012 by Fiona Maclean Jubilation Turkey with Piquant Pepperdew Print recipe Print with all photos Print with main photo Print text only Serves 4-6 Prep time 15 minutes Cook time 5 minutes Total time 20 minutes Allergy Egg, Milk asdasdasdasd Lunch, Main Dish, Salad, Side Dish Misc Child Friendly Occasion Casual Party, Formal Party This is an updated version of coronation chicken with a spicier but lighter dressing and with turkey. By using mango and piquante pepperdew peppers this dish bursts with flavours Ingredients 400g Cooked turkey meat (diced or pulled into bite size piece) 150ml Mayonnaise 300ml Greek Yoghurt (I used 2% fat) 12 Piquante Pepperdew Peppers (chopped, 2 reserve and sliced for garnish. I used mild!) 1 tablespoon Mild Madras Curry Powder 2 tablespoons Mango Chutney 1 handful Fresh coriander (chopped, a few sprigs reserved for garnish) 300g Fresh mango (diced or cut into slices (make the shapes the same as your turkey!)) 1 tablespoon Light olive oil (sunflower or any light oil can be substitued) 1 teaspoon Worcester sauce Directions Step 1 Warm the oil in a pan and heat the curry powder till it starts to smell spicey Step 2 Stir in the mango chutney and the worcester sauce so you have a kind of brown gunk Step 3 Put the curry and mango chutney mix into a large bowl. Stir in the mayonnaise then the yoghurt, pepperdew and chopped coriander and mix well. Step 4 Mix in the mango and turkey and place the resulting mixture in the fridge for at least two hours so the flavours can blend Step 5 Serve garnished with a few sliced pieces of pepperdew and coriander leaves.