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Simple Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Organic Red Grapes | TASTYBITS

Recently I’ve fallen love with chicken salad. Though I recall it being a part of my childhood, I don’t remember enjoying it as much back then. This Simple Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Organic Red Grapes is a recipe that I am certain you’ll love. The incorporation of organic red seedless grapes, takes the salad to another level.

For this recipe I used Organic red grapes from Whole Foods. The red grapes will be on sale at Whole Foods this week, as a part of their summer savings program. They will be $1.69 lb from now through August 15th. Because this recipe only calls for 2 cups, might I suggest grabbing a couple pounds to eat before and after this chicken salad making process? You”ll thank me later.

Not only do the grapes add a fresh burst of flavor and pop of color, their health benefits are whats most noteworthy. Did you know the resveratrol found in red wine famous for heart health is a type of powerful antioxidant found in the skins of red grapes? That’s even more of a reason to give this Simple Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Organic Red Grapes recipe a try.

Simple Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Organic Red Grapes

You’ll love the incorporation of California’s Organic Seedless Red Grapes in this Simple Rotisserie Chicken Salad. It includes a whole rotisserie chicken, juicy red grapes from Whole Foods, fresh herbs, and celery mix with a soy sauce mayo and yogurt cream sauce. This recipe yields about 4-5 cups of chicken salad. It all depends on the chicken’s size and how finely it’s been shredded.


2 cups Whole Foods Organic Seedless Red Grapes

4 stalks Celery

1 tsp Fresh Thyme

A Handful of Fresh Parsley

½ Rotisserie Chicken


¼ cup 365 Everyday Value Organic Mayonnaise

1 tbsp 365 Everyday Value Organic Shoyu Soy Sauce – Reduced Sodium

365 Everyday Value Black Pepper – Ground

¼ cup Wonderful No Shell Pistachios (24 oz.)

Good, sexy, crusty sleeve of Reising’s French Bread

Lettuce, of your choosing


Prep: Grab a large cutting board. Wash your Celery, Herbs and Grapes

  1. Chop fruit and vegetables into bite size pieces; roughly chop the Parsley and Thyme. Set this produce aside in a large bowl with the roughly chopped Pistachios.
  2. Pull, chop, shred, the Chicken from its bones — use your hands. Oh, and lose the skin. That’s gross.
  3. Add the chicken, yogurt, mayonnaise, soy sauce, and black pepper, extra if needed. Mix thoroughly. If things look too dry, add another squirt of Mayo or dollop of Yogurt.
  4. Park it in the fridge overnight in individual portions, and bring your bread and fixin’s separately.


Disclosure: I have a partnership with Whole Foods Market and was
compensated for my work, but all words and opinions are my own.





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