3 Ingredient Chicken Salad #Recipe

This is The Husband’s favorite Sunday lunch!  I love it because after being at church, I’m famished, and this is so fast to make.  This is also a great bare bones recipe.  If you’re into jazzing up your food there are a wide variety of veggies and other fixins you can add to this.


3 Ingredient Chicken Salad #Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 - 12 oz Can of Chicken Breast
  • approx. 3 Tbsp. French's Dijon with Chardonnay
  • 1/4 Cup Brianna's Poppy Seed Dressing
  • About a handful of grapes halved or quartered

Instructions

  1. Mix everything together in a bowl and serve on bread or rolls.
  2. With the exception of the can of chicken all amounts are variable according to your taste. Experiment with the amounts to find the taste you love. Also, I definitely recommend using the brands of dressing and mustard, if you can find them at your local grocer's. They are what give this chicken salad it's amazing taste!
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Disclosure: I was sent a bottle of French’s mustard to use.  The recipe is entirely of my own making.

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Comments

  1. Wow. This sounds really good and so simple. I’m thinking with the dressings you use, it’s probably lighter than other chicken salads too?

    • I checked the dressing bottle, and I’m not sure that it is less fat than using mayo or another dressing. Apparently this dressing is fairly high in fat. 22% total fat with 5% from saturated fat per 2 tablespoons. I forgot to include that this recipe typically makes 4-5 store-bought sliced loaf bread sized sandwiches. (so it’s not like you alone are ingesting the whole amount of dressing)

  2. kelly schirado says:

    love to add cashews

  3. Maretta H says:

    This sounds so good, printing out recipe to try

  4. christina moore says:

    sounds great and easy to make

  5. Seyma Shabbir says:

    This sounds easy and yummy. I like how creamy it is. When I make mine I boil the Chicken breast, let it cool and shred it. Add small pieces of onions and celery, half yogurt and half mayo, walnuts and golden raisins. You cut the calories with the yogurt and it tastes bettre than all mayo!

  6. Erica Barnes says:

    Sounds really good. My dad loves chicken salad, will have to make this for him the next time I go over to his house.

  7. Krys R says:

    This sounds so good and easy too! I love the idea of chicken and grapes together.

  8. Elena V says:

    That’s great for a college student’s budget!

  9. Diana Camden says:

    Sounds simple and yummy!

    Diana C

  10. Melissa Ramos says:

    i love chicken salad

  11. This is so super easy…thanks for sharing!!
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  12. shelly peterson says:

    This is super easy. Sounds interesting with the grapes in it. I’ve never had it that way before.

  13. angela dupree says:

    I use boneless chicken breast because I have to make so much and I add a little celery…Yummy one of my favorites!

  14. Tim Stephens says:

    Love this idea… I’m going to the grocery store tonight for the “out of milk” run… I’m going to pick up the dressings so I can try this out… thanks for sharing

  15. I always love salad recipes, especially some easy recipes., like this one! I will put peanuts or almonds if I make it!
    Thank You for sharing!

  16. I agree with one of the comments to add cashews. Sounds delicious…and slightly reminds me of yummy wedding reception food
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  17. Sandy VanHoey says:

    Totally different than how i make mine, I’d like to give this one a try

  18. Terri S says:

    This sounds so good. I will have to try it. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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