The Only Chicken Salad Recipe You Will Ever Want To Make
I’ve tried hundreds of chicken salad recipes. While I liked a lot of the recipes, I didn’t love any of them. Because I was determined to make chicken salad that I love, I decided to make my own recipe. The best thing about my chicken salad recipe besides the scrumptious taste is that it’s low fat. It’s now the only chicken salad recipe I or you will ever make after you try it. It’s chock full of flavor in each and every bite and that’s the part I love. I’ve combined, chicken, cranberries, herbs and more and it’s my go-to recipe when I’m in a rush. Around here, surprise company is always a knock away so it pays to be prepared.
What you will need:
1 can of Keystone All Natural Chicken (only 1 gr fat per serving)
3/4 cup of cranberries chopped (don’t skimp on this ingredient, the combined flavor is to die for)
1 nice big heaping tablespoon of dill relish
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon rosemary leaves
1/2 teaspoon culinary lavender leaves
1 cup low fat sour cream
Dash of parsley
I add 1 small onion to mine when making for myself, however, not everyone likes onions so I usually just serve it chopped on the side when I make it for company.
Crackers or bread of choice.
Drain 1 can of 1 can of Keystone All Natural Chicken
Wash and drain 3/4 cup of cranberries, then chop in food grinder
Add 1 big heaping tablespoon of dill relish. The bigger the better but only what will fit on the spoon.
Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt (if you are a big salt eater, add 1 teaspoon) and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.
Add 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary leaves. If you use fresh rosemary it might overwhelm the dish.
1/2 teaspoon culinary lavender leaves (I buy mine online from SpiceJungle).
Add 1 cup of low fat sour cream and mix well.
I top off with a big dash of parsley flakes and serve with crackers, buns or bread.
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