Can genetic recombination yield mutation depending on the new DNA that is incorporated into the genome? I would say yes because when something foreign comes in, the genome is bound to not function properly.
When you say "new DNA that is incorporated into the genome", it suggests that you misunderstand what genetic recombination. You might to ensure you really understand this concept before going any further.
Mutation rate and recombination rate tend to covary throughout the genome (Lercher and Hurst 2002). So, yes processes leading to recombination events also tend to cause mutational events.