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Old 08-09-2009, 11:47 PM   #11
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hellllooooo... Chicken salad is something that is traditionally spread on bread and eaten like a sandwich. If you want something smoother, then put it in a processor and puree any of the above combinations. Or just chicken and mayo.
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Oh!
Then shred the meat really well. Now chop the heck out of it, or use a
blender or food processor.
Mix some mayo, touch of mustard, celery seed, pepper, seasoning salt
into the meat. VOILA!

Or you could use mayo, chili powders, cumin, dash of vinegar for a Southwest
taste....

Or olive oil, garlic powder, basil, onion powder, poultry seasoning...

Once you have some smooth meat, the flavoring possibilities are endless.

edit to add.. Another definition for a SALAD is a cold mixture meant to be spread on bread and eaten.
Lobster salad, tuna salad, chicken salad, crab meat salad... all of these make superb salads.
So give the "Chicken salad" a whirl... if you make it a day before you eat it, it will taste MUCH better.
Thanks what I've done guys!

However I've processed the meat a little too much and now it's mostly a mayo spread and not a meat spread, LOL LOL LOL!
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:26 AM   #12
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Chicken salad (for sandwiches) - simple, elegant, and delicious:

Fine-diced Chicken, mayonnaise, fine-diced walnuts (pulverize in a FP if necessary), fresh dill, celery salt.

If you're REALLY lazy, just throw all the above into a FP and grind to a pulp. Some of us like texture in our sandwiches...

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Didn't see the "you already pulverized it" part...

Now is an even better time to add chopped walnuts, sliced grapes, dill, and celery salt - will give you back the textural contrast you completely destroyed in the FP.
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:33 AM   #13
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Well, you already have enough recipes, but, I'll add one more anyway I like my chicken salad spread pretty simple.

chicken processed in food processor...maybe a little less than you did

Remove and process celery and onions.

Mix with chicken in bowl and add grated hard-boiled egg (I like a lot), a squeeze of lemon, some orange juice, salt, pepper, and some fresh parsley if I have it. Enough mayo to make creamy - however you like it. Mix well before passing judgment and adding more though.

Lemon and/or oj not necessary, nor is parsley, (especially if on a college budget) but sure are nice if you have them.

What really kicks this up is a bit of Major Gray Mango Chutney and some toasted slivered almonds!
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Old 08-10-2009, 01:15 AM   #15
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Well, you already have enough recipes, but, I'll add one more anyway I like my chicken salad spread pretty simple.

chicken processed in food processor...maybe a little less than you did

Remove and process celery and onions.

Mix with chicken in bowl and add grated hard-boiled egg (I like a lot), a squeeze of lemon, some orange juice, salt, pepper, and some fresh parsley if I have it. Enough mayo to make creamy - however you like it. Mix well before passing judgment and adding more though.

Lemon and/or oj not necessary, nor is parsley, (especially if on a college budget) but sure are nice if you have them.

What really kicks this up is a bit of Major Gray Mango Chutney and some toasted slivered almonds!
Wow, I've never heard of this, What is it?


I've heard of Mango but Mango Chutney?
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Old 08-10-2009, 02:07 AM   #16
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Whew! GF, you've about covered all possibilities. Except I like to add a few dashes of sauce from Lexington #1 on top (you know what and where I'm talking about).
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Old 08-10-2009, 05:04 PM   #17
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