Chicken Salad Recipe

Chicken Salad Recipe. There is no way to describe how good this chicken salad is – you will have to make it and see, but believe me when I say this chicken salad is delicious.





There is no way to describe how good this chicken salad is – you will have to make it and see, but believe me when I say this chicken salad is delicious.

Chicken Salad Recipe. There is no way to describe how good this chicken salad is – you will have to make it and see, but believe me when I say this chicken salad is delicious.


Chicken Salad Recipe

Dressing

1 cup (6oz by scale weight) Mayonnaise
1/2 cup (4oz by scale weight) Sour Cream
2 TBSP (1oz by scale weight) Dijon Mustard
1 TBSP Dill Weed
2 tsp Sugar
1/2 tsp White Pepper
5 tsp Lemon Juice

Salad

3 cups chopped Poached Chicken
1 cup finely chopped Celery
4 TBSP finely chopped Green Onions
1/2 cup shelled Sunflower Seeds

Chicken Salad Recipe


Mix all dressing ingredients together in a bowl.

Chicken Salad Recipe


Cut your cool, poached chicken into bite size pieces.

Chicken Salad Recipe


Add all salad ingredients to the mixed dressing.
Mix well.

Chicken Salad Recipe


Chill for at least two hours before serving.

This is probably the best dish hubby has ever made, and that is really saying something!

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Comments

  1. mmmmm I love chicken salad and this one looks delicious! Im gonna have to try it 🙂

  2. Wow! This sounds fabulous! Thanks for the recipe. Have a good week.
    FABBY

  3. Looks so good, I have printed the recipe and hopefully will be making this soon…………….Thank you andi

  4. This looks so yummy! I’m a total sucker for a good chicken salad. I would love for you to come link up to my party and follow along! alivedinhome.blogspot.com

  5. Hi Ann Just stopping in to let you know that I have made and posted on my blog thewednesdaybaker.blogspot.com We both enjoyed this as a lunch………….and thank you for a wonderful recipe. Have a great long weekend Andi

  6. How many servings was this?

    • Hmmm that is a good question, Colleen. We make this all the time and for two people we probably eat 10-12 servings. BUT, we are adults.

      Ann

  7. Made this today & I love it! Made exactly as written except I did use less dill & it’s still great!

    • I am glad you enjoyed it, @Janien. We love it so much, Hubby makes it at least once per month!

      Ann

      • May I ask how many carbs are in this? I’m on a low carb diet, and am looking for a good chicken salad recipe that I can eat with the family. Thank you.

        • I have no idea, Melvina. If you have access to a carb convertor, plug in the ingredients and see what it says.

          Ann

        • Go to livestron.;com ; they have a tool for putting in recipes and getting the nutritional infor including carbs and calories. Actually about the only carbs in this are in the mayo and a few in the sour cream so not much

  8. I’ve never made chicken salad with dill weed or sunflower seeds. I could just imagine the flavor the dill weed adds and the nice subtle crunch from the sunflower seeds! Thanks for sharing on The Living with Style Linky Party!

  9. Ann, I can’t wait to try your recipe! Pinning! Thank you for sharing with us at Brag About It!
    ~Laurie

  10. celeste wood says:

    okay, I just made this recipe, I even poached the chicken according to the recipe and I must tell you without a doubt this is a fantastic Chicken Salad! It now sits in the fridge waiting for the 2 hours to blend all those flavors together but I cheated! I already tasted it and it is marvelous! in 2 hours my taste buds will be even happier! lol, thanks so much for sharing this recipe, I will continue to make my chicken salad this way from now on!

    • Celeste I am so glad you liked it! I think the poached chicken is the key, although the dill weed is the “secret” ingredient.

      Ann

  11. celeste wood says:

    this really is the best chicken salad ever! My 19 year old son ate almost every bit of it! His Twin was able to make a sandwich and I sampled it with some crackers, this is so delicious I am in the process of making it again!Thanks so much for such a fabulous recipe!

  12. I made this once already and I loved the flavor. I wasn’t sure if you used fresh or dried dill, so I did cut back on that since I used dried. Just curious which you normally use?

    • Hi Phil,

      We use dried normally. It is a lot of dill, but (IMO) that is what really makes this chicken salad so good – well that and the poached chicken.

      Ann

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