For Kids Chicken Salad Recipes


Chicken and Peach Salad Croissant

By Ellen Bales
This poor recipe needed an owner so I volunteered. What a refreshing salad! Photo: Kiwiandpeach.com

CHICKEN TORTILLA CUP

By Eddie Jordan
This recipe is good if you don,t have much time . It can be made ahead...

Ramen Cabbage Salad

By Rebecca Brown
This is a great salad to serve at a bbq or bday party.

Waldorf Chicken Salad

By Helene Mulvihill
Perfect for a Ladies Lunch!

Caribbean Chicken And Sweet Potato Salad

By NIKKI SMITH
This is a nice refreshing cold salad, but yo can have it arm too. This make...

Darlene’s Sautéed Sofrito * All Purpose Marinade, Paste and...

By Darlene Lopez
This marinade differs from most because it requires sauteeing veggies first! Now all of your food...

Jicama Pico Chicken Salad

By Laura lee Cloutier
I bought a huge jicama at the store and have been trying to find ways to...

EDDIE'S SESAME CHICKEN

By Eddie Jordan
This sesame chicken recipe was given to me by a friend.He is gone now I post...

CRACKER BARRELS almost GRILLED CHICKEN TENDERS by Freda

By FREDA GABLE
Cracker barrels, or the Next thing to it. . . Grill . . without the Grill...

Chicken Shoestring Salad

By Jenni K
This creamy chicken salad with crunchy shoestring potatoes is the perfect accompaniment to burgers, hotdogs, or...

Chicken Waldorf Salad

By Gloria Bernal
I threw this together one day and it's now a family favorite. On soft rich...

Avocado Chicken Salad Sandwiches

By Aurora McBee
Every Saturday I take a small cooler of sandwich fixins to the race track to feed...

Chicken Fruit Salad

By Barb Janisse
This is from the Edwards Air Force Base, in California, cookbook. A family favorite every summer.

FIERY CHICKEN SALAD

By NIKKI SMITH
Found this amazing recipes in my Joy Bauer cookbook. This is targets for Diabetic, but great...

Hot Overnight Chicken Casserole

By Pat Duran
Family favorite. Good served with cranberry or jell-o salad and hot rolls with butter.

Bow Tie Pasta/w Mustard-Sesame

By Pat Duran
Ginger "juice" and Dijon mustard add a unique intensity to this chicken pasta salad.(Eating well magazine).

Cucumber Shrimp Snacks

By Pat Duran
low-fat snack with fresh shrimp spread, The cucumber slices are a great way to have a...

Orange Chicken Salad Cups

By Angela Gray
This is a chicken salad I invented for The Power of Orange appetizer contest. The oranges...

Not Your Mother's Chicken Salad

By Lisa 'Gayle' Goff
This is for my Ninja Chef Mystery Basket Challenge and it was fantastic, I will make...

Deep Fried Noodles

By Pat Duran
These noodles can be used in any and all of the listed categories. Great to use...

Mom's Chicken Chicken Salad

By Amanda Camden-Spina
This started out as something Mom made up one night years ago and turned into a...

Wonderful French Dressing

By Patti Jagodzinski
I used to cook for a school in Northern Wisconsin and this is the French dressing...

Easy Chicken Salad

By Denise Miles
This is a Variation of the Original Waldorf Salad! So yummy. I added chicken...

Crunchy Turkey Salad

By Pat Duran
This is a great recipe. I had this recipe at one of my favorite restaurants in...
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