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Gluten-free, Light meal, Recipe

Simple “Leftover Chicken” Salad

But I am le tired…

I had cold chicken leftovers that were too thick and tough to use in a sandwich and too over-cooked to heat up. So what do I do with them? Chicken salad? Something like that.

Simple Chicken, Tomato and Cranberry Salad

Like a boss.

Light and filling, healthy and sweet. What more could you ask for?

Ingredients

  • chicken, cold and cooked
  • beefy tomato, half
  • mayonnaise
  • dried cranberries
  • celery (very optional)

I took a machete, I mean large knife, and cut my chicken into cubes. No really, you guys, my roommate’s knife is so big it looks like a machete. All I need is some red tape, a short skirt, and a long jacket, and I’d be someone’s dream girl. This knife is just enormous!

Anyway, after the chicken has been hacked up into small pieces, cube half of a large tomato and add it to the mix. Now add a little mayonnaise and throw in some dried cranberries. Voila! Your chicken salad is ready and perfect. If you like celery, I bet some chopped up celery would complement it very well.

TTFN,
McSass

p.s. I really wasn’t kidding about that knife. Look at it!

Pwnd.

It's not a knife, it's a machete.

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About mcsassifrass

I'm a young professional woman who loves food, but doesn't eat dairy. Although cows are cute and tasty, I'm not a calf, so I can't digest their milk. Go figure. This blog is to share how I live a healthy, delicious, dairy-free existence. So pick up your wooden spoon and follow me into the kitchen!

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