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Chicken Salad


Leftover chicken never tasted so good!  Sometimes you need lunch for one and sometimes you need lunch for a few friends.  That's why two ingredient lists are given here.  The first list is for one serving.  The next is for a whole chicken, chopped up, about 5 servings.   

1 cups chopped cooked chicken
___ cups Granny Smith apple, diced
___ lemon juice
___ Tbsp mayonnaise
___ stalks celery, diced
___ red onion, minced
___ eggs, hard boiled and chopped
___  garlic, minced
salt and pepper to taste

5 cups chopped cooked chicken
___ Granny Smith apples, diced
juice of one large or two small lemons
___ cup mayonnaise
___ stalks celery, diced
___ red onion, minced
___ garlic, minced
___ eggs, hard-boiled and chopped
salt and pepper to taste

1.  Combine ingredients from first or second list.  Serve with gluten-free crackers. 

Note:  A five-pound chicken, when roasted and deboned, makes about 5 cups of chopped up chicken.  You won't need any salt or pepper if spiced chicken such as Roast Lemon Pepper Chicken is used for this recipe.

 
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