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
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
- 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.
- Pull, chop, shred, the Chicken from its bones — use your hands. Oh, and lose the skin. That’s gross.
- 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.
- 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.