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Chicken Salad with Greek Yogurt & Apples

One day I found myself with a craving for chicken salad and barely a spoonful of mayo left in the jar. Ugh. Instead of running to the store, I eyed a tub of Greek yogurt and wondered if it would work… and those apples I had a surplus of, would those work? And should I throw in onions in to the chicken mix instead of stacking them on top as usual? And how about replacing lettuce with baby kale?

Well, it did work, and was a perfect way to make a different version of a classic. The apples added some sweetness to counteract the tangy yogurt, plus they add to the crunch along with the celery.  Putting on top of baby kale on Udi’s Gluten Free bread,  and ate it open face (mainly so I could pile on more chicken salad) with a side of apple slices.  Yum!!!!

Looking at Susan’s recipe, the next time I make this, I will be adding a pinch of red pepper flakes for a touch of heat!

Chicken Salad with Greek Yogurt & Appleschicksalad2

Makes 2 generous sized sandwiches

6 oz of cooked chicken breast, chopped
1/2 c celery, chopped
1/2 c red onion, chopped
1/2 c apple, chopped (I used Gala, but think Granny Smith would also work well)
1/4 c 2% Plain Greek Yogurt
1 tbsp lemon juice, or juice from one large lemon
Salt & Pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients together and enjoy.

I had mine open face style on Udi’s Gluten Free Multi Grain Bread, with baby kale and Mustard Girl’s Zesty Horseradish Mustard (yay local mustard!)

Could also be served on a bed of lettuce, in a tomato, or eaten right from the mixing bowl!

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. This looks delicious. Yum. <3

    March 7, 2013

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