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How To Make A Scrumptious Meal Without Breaking The Bank
If you have a big get-together coming up and you know there will be plenty of hungry people around, this recipe is for you! Here’s a super easy way to feed the whole neighborhood – this chicken salad is not only delicious; it’s also very simple to put together and it’s easy on your wallet!
This chicken salad recipe from ReMarkable Home is one of my all-time favorites. You can make this salad a little lighter and sweeter by adding some grapes or chopped apples – or choosing low-fat ingredients, like explained on the next page. Don’t worry if you’re not planning for a party; you can make half a batch or even just 1/4, without a hassle.
I love serving this salad as a sandwich (I use either croissants or toast) but you could definitely serve it as a side dish, with almost any entree you can think of. I am dying to try this with cheesy scalloped potatoes – somehow I have a feeling that combination would completely tantalize my taste buds!
Recipe and image courtesy of ReMarkable Home.
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Quick Tip: You can easily make just half a batch or even 1/4 batch for a smaller group of people.