Chicken Salad Sammies
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
The original recipe that I had every intention of using included grapes, celery, and both dry and liquid ranch dressing. Mine does not. See here's what happened...
I forgot the grapes. I don't like celery. And... I thought we had ranch dressing in the fridge because that's a staple that should always be in your fridge, right? Plus a couple of weeks ago, I'd used a half an envelope of dry ranch dressing mix in another recipe. As I was getting all the ingredients ready, I realized that we, in fact, did not have any ranch dressing. No liquid in the fridge. No half a dry mix packet.
So what do you do when you don't have half of the ingredients? Just make up your own recipe. I will tell you that I didn't measure many of these ingredients. The measurements that I'm showing are guesstimates. As will most recipes, it's just a guideline.
1 12.5 oz can of chicken breast
1 tablespoon of Good Seasons Italian dressing mix
1 teaspoon of dry dill weed
1/2 cup of mayonnaise (or salad dressing if that's what you prefer!)
1/2 cup of sliced almonds
What I did:
Drain chicken, place in bowl. Using a fork, break up the larger pieces of chicken to make mixing easier. Add all ingredients and mix! Put some of the mixture on a roll. Done!
I bought some yummy Kaiser rolls in the bakery at Wal-Mart. I knew we weren't going to eat them for a couple of days so I placed them in the freezer. Taking them out that morning to thaw. I also warmed them for a few seconds in the microwave before putting the chicken salad on them. They were really yummy, but I'd still like to try the original recipe as well!
Recipe adapted from Mom's Chicken Salad Sandwiches.