Add fun and flavor to your meal with these quick and easy twists on the classic chicken salad recipes.
This simple yet elegant salad makes for a beautiful presentation when served in individual glasses atop of beds of fresh baby
lettuces. Add basil, peach slices, and plump blackberries to complement this savory salad with a hint of sweetness.
Strawberries and sliced avocados might seem like unusual toppings for chicken salad, but paired with a poppy seed dressing,
they create a delicious dish that is loaded with flavor. Slivered toasted almonds and crisp red onions add a crunch to each
Put a flavorful spin on traditional mayonnaise-based chicken salad sandwich with an Asian-inspired dressing made from sesame
oil and rice vinegar. Fiber-rich alfalfa sprouts combined with radishes, celery, and green onions help you get your daily
dose of veggies in one easy wrap.
Add some heat to the chicken with prepared horseradish. Horseradish is a pungent herb that is hot to the taste buds but is
not spicy like jalapeños. Add more or less of the sauce depending on your preference.
Serve this salad as a spread at your next party and it’s sure to be a hit. Curry powder, pineapple, and orange-flavored dried
cranberries add tropical flair.
Don’t let the simple name fool you. Loaded with red and yellow bell peppers, red onions, water chestnuts, and diced celery,
this salad is full of original flavor and a powerful crunch.
Freshly squeezed lemon juice mixed in with mayonnaise adds a zesty and refreshing kick to this salad. It’s perfect for a summer
luncheon on a hot day. When kept cold it travels well for a hike or picnic.
Lemon zest and pecans balance the potent flavors of tarragon and onion. When serving this salad for guests, garnish with lemon
wedges and steamed green beans.
This quick and easy recipe is perfect for a last-minute appetizer or snack. Instead of serving cold, slather it on top of
Texas toast or baguette slices, sprinkle with shredded Colby-Jack cheese, and pop in the oven until they are golden brown.
Red and green grapes make the perfect sweet addition to this chicken salad. If you aren’t a fan of nuts, substitute celery
for the pecans to ensure a crunchy bite.
This recipe pairs two classics—deviled eggs and chicken salad— to create a burst of flavor in one bite. Fresh dill, parsley,
and lemon add a light and zesty kick to the protein-rich hors d’oeuvre.
A mixture of honey and mayonnaise produces a taste similar to poppy seed dressing. If the salad is too sweet, mix in less
honey and add a splash of lemon juice.
These dainty finger sandwiches are ideal for a shower or ladies luncheon. Curry powder adds a rich, earthy flavor to the sweet
mixture of toasted coconut and dried cranberries. For a little more bite, sprinkle in extra curry.
Grapes, apples, walnuts, and celery pack this salad with both crunch and fresh, fruity flavor.
Serve this Asian-flavored rice salad atop a bed of watercress for a summer supper your family will love.