This makes a great lunch option for using leftover grilled chicken. For parties, stuff endive leaves with the chicken salad and top with fresh microgreen sprouts. yum!
Grilled Chicken Salad (GF)
- 1/2 pound grilled chicken (or 1 1/2 cups of shredded roast chicken)
- 1/2 cup finely diced organic apple
- 1/2 cup finely diced organic celery
- 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
- 1/4 cup organic raisins, currants or dried cranberries
- 2-3 tbsp mayo
- Pinch of dried tarragon
- Sea salt, to taste
- In a medium-size mixing bowl, add apple, celery, walnuts and raisins (currants and dried cranberries are also delicious!).
- Add two tablespoons of mayo and mix to incorporate all ingredients together.
- Dice grilled chicken into bite-size pieces (or use shredded roast chicken). Add to mayo mixture.
- Season with a pinch or two of dried tarragon and Celtic sea salt to taste.
Susan Wade says
Love how your sire looks!! Can’t wait to try some of these recipes:)
Thanks, Susan! I appreciate you taking a minute to write a kind note! 🙂
Where does one get cultured mayo? Never heard of it but I’m intrigued, as I’m trying to add more probiotics to my diet. Just found your site on Pinterest and am enjoying pinning lots of great GF recipes. Thank you!
Hi, Julie. That’s great that you’re wanting to get more probiotics into your diet – such a healthy decision! You actually make cultured mayo by using whey – the source of the probiotics. You can get whey by simple straining whole milk yogurt, then you end up with some whey for lacto-fermenting and some thicker (more greek style) yogurt, or if you strain the yogurt longer, you can make cream cheese or yogurt cheese. There are many recipes out there for cultured mayo, but here’s a couple I enjoy because they blend olive oil with other oils for better flavor. (Olive oil alone, is just too overpowering in my opinion.) Blessings, Kelly
I noticed for all your recipes you do not provide any nutritional information like calories, fat, sodium, etc. Do you post this information anywhere on the website or can you please provide this information for all your recipes?
Hi, Anne. I do not have a program to calculate calories, but you can easily do this by using an online nutritional calculator like this one. You simply input the ingredients and it will give you the full nutritional breakdown. Blessings, Kelly
Yummy! I made this for lunch today. I swapped out the raisins for grapes. I may or may not have eating the whole thing 😉 Thanks for the yummy whole30 recipe!
You’re so welcome, Nicole. I’m so glad you enjoyed it and appreciate you taking the time to leave a kind note! 🙂