Chicken Salad Sandwich
Jazzed up with crunchy almonds or sweetened with tangy fruit, a chicken salad sandwich makes a perfect lunch. With these recipes, you can whip up a great chicken salad sandwich in no time.
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.
This creamy chicken salad recipe is served between slices of sourdough bread. Each sandwich is finished off with a slice of tomato and spinach leaves.
When you have leftover chicken from last night's dinner waiting in the fridge, this nutritious pita sandwich is the perfect speedy option for lunch. You could also start with rotisserie chicken!
Mango chutney adds sweetness to this chicken salad recipe.
Go low-carb at lunch by serving this fruity chicken salad inside big lettuce leaves, or alongside sweet potato or squash.
Grilling these panini sandwiches makes the fresh greens more tender. Plus, the provolone cheese melts and acts as glue for the chicken, fennel and roasted red peppers.
These hot, open-face chicken salad sandwiches are made on pre-baked pizza crusts. They take only minutes to prepare and are perfect for a hot lunch or a quick and easy dinner.
This looks like your traditional chicken salad sandwich, but it's hiding a couple standout ingredients: harissa paste (for a bit of spice) and roasted carrots (for some sweetness)!
This version of chicken salad is seasoned with Pommery and Dijon-style mustard. It gets its crunch from celery and pine nuts. Serve it as a main dish on bread or lettuce.
This lower fat chicken salad can be served as a sandwich, in a tortilla, or for a lower carb option, in hollowed-out tomato shells.
Transform last night's grilled chicken into a quick and cool sub sandwich.
In the middle of summer, when the mere thought of cooking a hot meal makes you sweat, sandwiches come to the rescue. And of the many sandwich options, tuna salad is one of the top five favorites of all time. Know how to make tuna salad, and you'll have a hot-weather weapon that will win over even the fussiest eater in the family.