Shredded chicken meat in a big bowl

Lemon Curry Chicken Salad

My Grandma Betty was an amazing cook with a generous amount of spice in her life and in her recipes! Her chicken salad recipe was no exception! I’m sharing it with you because I love you! And she would want me to! ❤️And I’m sharing it just the way she shared it with me. Sorry, no measurements!
  • Cooked, shredded free-range organic chicken (chopped thoroughly or pulsed slightly in the food processor – be very careful not to puree it!!!)
  • Mayo – Either homemade or use one made with only avocado oil and paleo safe ingredients. Add enough to make it nice and creamy!
  • Fresh squeezed lemon juice (Use plenty! Just when you think it’s enough, add more!
  • Curry – Same…use plenty!
  • Garlic Powder
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • Sliced roasted almonds or roasted pumpkin seeds
  • finely chopped celery (not too much)
  • finely chopped red onion (not too much)
  • finely chopped bell pepper (not too much)
  • chopped parsley for sprinkling over the top
Serve on hollowed out baby bell pepper boats, celery sticks, atop a salad, stuffed into deviled eggs, in a cored tomato, or enjoy with paleo almond crackers. Oh, bread works too!
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