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As A Salad Or As A Chicken Salad Sandwich The Day After - Articles Surfing
What is great about either tuna or chicken salads is that there is hardly any wastage (unless of course, the cook has already messed up the salad big time). Should the preparation for these salads exceed the expected consumption, they can be recycled the next day as a sandwich.
Just throw in maybe feta or mozzarella cheese, place it on any bread of your choice, pop it in the oven and you are ready to go with a totally different dish. For your convenience, I have compiled the following must-try chicken salad sandwich recipes for all those salad left-overs.
CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH
You want to add the cooked chicken breast, celery, onion, salad dressing (or mayonnaise), oregano, salt, pepper, hard-cooked egg in a food processor.
Pulsate food processor about 4 times.
You want ingredients well mixed; however, only coarsely chopped.
With a tablespoon, spread chicken salad mixture on a slice of bread; add 2 tomato slices, a leaf of lettuce and top with second bread slice.
WALDORF CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH
4 Kaiser rolls, cut in half
Layer bottom half of each roll with salad, 3 apple slices and 1 cheese slice. Top with tops of rolls. (You can spread the kaiser rolls with a thin layered of softened butter before making the sandwiches, if you'd like.) 4 servings
CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH RECIPE
2 cups cooked diced chicken Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
Mix together ingredients. Chill for several hours. Spread chicken mixture on bread and remove crusts. Cut into squares or triangles.
PESTO CHICKEN SALAD ON BAGELS
1 cup diced cooked chicken
In large bowl, combine all ingredients except bagels; mix well. Spread chicken mixture on each bagel half.
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