Waldorf Chicken Salad
Chicken Waldorf salad recipes found their fame on the tables of classy country clubs and high-society ladies' luncheons. Now you can bring chicken Waldorf salad down to earth. These delicious interpretations include classic chicken Waldorf salad, along with versions that use smoked chicken or a different style of dressing.See Popular Waldorf Chicken Salad Recipes
Learn how to make chicken waldorf salad more modern with add-ins like dried cherries, pecans and rosemary. You can even try it with smoked chicken (available at most supermarkets) to bring in new layers of flavor.
The heat this summer has been one for the record books across much of the country, and if you're like us, by now you've well cycled through your repertoire of hot-weather recipes. And August has only just begun. Don't despair!
At the restaurant, Mark Sullivan brines poultry before roasting it, then tosses it with little gem lettuce, pickled grapes and candied walnuts. At home you can streamline the ingredient list to lower the cost: This recipe calls for about half the ingredients.
Chicken salad maintains its place in lunch boxes and on picnic tables decade after decade because it's simple and delicious. And that's why every home cook should learn how to make it.
Salad for dinner sounds like part of our new year's resolution to eat healthy and eat lean. But with chicken salad, that resolution is easy to keep. Leftover roast chicken, chicken thighs, or chicken breasts are easily and quickly made into a salad that's satisfying as a main dish dinner or as a protein-rich lunch.
Dried cherries, pecans, and rosemary enhance this chicken and apple salad. Make it even more fabulous with smoked chicken from the deli section of your grocery store.
There's a reason every deli in America serves chicken salad. Easy, versatile and delicious, chicken salad can be as simple or as complex as you like. The best chicken salad showcases tender, juicy meat and tastes just as good on its own as it does in a sandwich.
Here are some dinner ideas that will give you terrific lunches the next day, and will be just as exciting as dinner was the night before. The trick is to make the first meal something easy to incorporate with new and exciting flavors the second time around. My recent favorite go-to for this is simple roast chicken -- healthy with not too much prep time -- a perfect option as the weather is cooling down.
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From palest green to deepest purple, grapes are so pretty and abundant this time of year that you should always have a bunch on hand. Make an effort to branch out! Try some of the juicy hybrids, for example, like the Thomcord, a super-sweet (and seedless!)
The thing about Curried Chicken Salad is that you can make a ton of it and know that it will never go to waste. Not in the summertime. Not with the kids home from school.
Try this Crunchy Chicken Taco Salad for dinner this week and enjoy a light, yet satisfying Mexican-inspired meal.
A make-ahead layered chicken fiesta salad that's ideal to serve for an easy family dinner or to a hungry crowd.
When lunchtime rolls around, a lot of us head to the corner deli or salad bar to grab sandwiches and salads, with the chicken Caesar salad close to the top of the list. It gives you lean protein and greens, it's relatively low fat, and doesn't weigh you down for the rest of the workday. It can also set you back around $10.
Now that the leaves are changing color, I've got chicken soup on my mind. But I'm re-inventing this all-time favorite, making a cilantro-tinged soup, with avocado and cut ears of corn, that is virtually the national dish of Colombia. Of course, I prepare double the amount of super-healthy skinless chicken breasts that I'll need for the soup so I'll have enough left over for a great salad the next day.