Greek or lemon, Thai or fried, these creative recipes show you just how versatile chicken salad can be. Try one tonight, and you may find a whole new chicken salad favorite.See Popular Chicken Salad Recipes
Serve a cool, refreshing main-dish salad for a simple supper solution.
Try a Betty Crocker salad recipe!
Try this chicken salad recipe from Betty Crocker.
Having the girls over for lunch? Why not serve this refreshing chicken salad elegantly presented in a flaky puff pastry shell...it's ready in just 35 minutes.
Packed with a peanutty, Asian flavor, this salad has a colorful crunch that's great as a weekend lunch or light dinner.
This is what I call my bridal-shower chicken salad--it's bright and beautiful and feels oh so genteel. If you have sour cream on hand, replace half the yogurt with it to give the salad an even more luxurious feel.
Add some sweetness and crunch to your chicken salad with chopped apples and a little fruit jelly. Grab some pumpernickel bread, and you've got the makings of a fantastic sandwich.
Bacon seems to make everything taste better, including this flavorful salad that uses canned chicken to make it easy.
Avocado brings rich texture and flavors to this citrusy chicken salad. Toss the ingredients gently so the avocado stays cubed (rather than mashed).
Lemon juice, fresh green onion, and parsley keep this basic chicken salad far from ho-hum. Try it over greens for a dinner salad or sandwiched between your favorite bread or roll for a simple meal.
Easy preparation makes this updated coleslaw salad perfect to pack and carry to a potluck.
Couscous is a good substitute for rice or polenta. It cooks quickly, which helps get this chicken meal on the table fast.
Elevate your brown bag fare with this healthy and nutritious wrap that's got a kick to it! It's got the Buffalo Chicken Wing flavors you love without the unhealthy fried coating.
Green Goddess dressing--a mix of mayonnaise, sour cream, herbs, anchovies and lemon--was created at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco in the 1920s, as a tribute to an actor starring in a play called The Green Goddess. The creamy dressing is typically tossed with a green salad, but it's also addictive in Melissa Rubel Jacobson's chicken salad, made with a rotisserie bird.