A Recipe for Chicken Waldorf Salad

waldorf chicken saladThe recipe presented in this article provides an excellent approach to using leftover chicken. The recipe is also fast, taking approximately fifteen minutes. A quick tip on how to poach skinless, boneless chicken breasts will also be provided. This is particularly useful for those who need to cook chicken in a hurry. An alternative to chicken breasts is store-purchased rotisserie chicken. If you opt for this option, remember that it is salted already. Hence, the dressing should not contain salt.

Ingredients

These ingredients would make four servings, with each serving being approximately one and half a cups.

A third cup of low-fat mayonnaise

A third cup of low-fat or nonfat plain yogurt

Two teaspoons of lemon juice

A quarter a teaspoon of salt

Three cups of cooked and chopped chicken breast

One medium-sized, diced, red apple

One cup of halved green or red grapes

One cup of sliced celery

Half a cup of chopped and divided walnuts

Preparation

Yogurt, mayonnaise, salt and lemon juice are whisked in a large bowl. This is followed by adding chicken, celery, half of walnuts, grapes and apples. The meal is then served with a topping of the remaining walnuts.

Quick tip:

Poaching is the easiest way to cook chicken if you want it cooked in a hurry. The first step is placing skinless and boneless chicken breasts in a saucepan or skillet. This is followed by addition of chicken broth or lightly salted water and then covering to bring to boil. Once it has been covered, heat is reduced to low and simmered gently until the chicken is cooked through. A fully cooked chicken is not pink in the middle, and this is achieved within 10 to 15 minutes.

 

2017-01-24T13:19:08+00:00Categories: Natural & Organic, Nutrition|0 Comments

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