Top 10 Chicken Salad Recipes

Top 10 Chicken Salad Recipes

Chicken salad is ideal for a great, portable lunch or a light dinner. Perfect for using up leftover chicken! And with so many varieties, you'll never get bored.

1. Johnny's Chunky Chicken Salad Stuffed Apples - Raised in Ohio, fall meant Ohio State Football, falling leaves, comfort foods, pumpkins and apples. My family made every conceivable recipe using apples. While I have hundreds of favorites.

2. Fruited Chicken Salad - This is a yummy and healthy salad.

3. Barbecue Chicken Salad - This is very similar to a salad at a popular restaurant near my house. I loved it there and decided to make it at home. It's one of my favorite salads to make now!

4. Pear Chicken Salad - Crunchy pecans create the perfect texture for this healthy chicken meal.

5. Applebee's Low-Fat Blackened Chicken Salad - Stay in tonight and make your own amazing salad with marinated chicken.

6. Chinese Chicken Salad - When you're tired of a garden salad every night, try this fantastically filling and delicious salad – just like you'd order at a restaurant.

7. Best Chicken Salad Ever - This chicken salad is a favorite among my friends and family. Makes great sandwiches or by itself.

8. Herbed Grilled Chicken Salad - This recipe is quick, healthy and provides a great energy-boosting lunch. It will help you avoid the late afternoon blahs!

9. Easy Chicken Salad - This is an easy and delicious recipe for chicken salad!  Low fat mayo and sour cream may be used for a reduced fat version. This is delicious served on croissants or as a salad along with a muffin.

10. Curried Chicken Salad - If you like the taste of curry,try this for a different twist to chicken salad.

Reviews (2)

  • The Pear Chicken Salad recipe, #4 on the list, is not a pear chicken salad but a pecan chicken salad recipe. There is no pear in the recipe. I would to find a good pear chicken salad recipe.

    Flag as inappropriate eallen  |  October 9, 2009

  • So many pop up advertisement I cannot get a recipe printed. Even after I remove as many popups as I can, my computer is no longer my own.

    Flag as inappropriate samigirl  |  August 19, 2009

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