This is a great marinade and gives me an excuse to buy a fifth of Bourbon. It's great! Don't marinate over 36 hours cause it will get too tough. The more you flip the bag the better.
I pull all the meat off a rotisserie chicken, cut it into small bite size pieces, and add paprika, dry mustard, mayo, and celery. Sample as you fold in all the ingredients!
Whenever we go to a party or BBQ everyone always asks us to bring this. It's easy and a hit! Family, Friends and Kids love this. Great on its own or forego the chicken and just use the salad if attending a BBQ or serve with steak or other meats etc or a vegetarian dish.
Fresh, healthy chicken salad. Eat it plain, put it in a sandwich, or even on a bed of lettuce if you're feeling fancy.
Need a bunch of finger food in a hurry? Put together these easy sandwiches. No fire involved, which might bore you, so get the kids to help.
These sandwiches are a huge hit with the guys when we are tailgating, at home or together with buddies to watch the game.
I use this when prepping large quantity of chicken for parties.
A cool, Asian-inspired summer salad for your next BBQ.
The sweet apricot flavors this simple chicken salad. The fruit may be sweet, but it's tough too--like a Green Bay Packers fan, it thrives only where subjected to cold winters.
Mix up this simple chicken salad with water chestnuts to serve on its own or in sandwiches.
I've made this cheese ball for years. I find the jarred dried beef to have the best flavor but you have to rinse it to remove much of the salt. This recipe works best if made at least one day in advance.
Thin chips can't handle this hearty Asian dip. You'll want to break out some bread--or at least crackers--for this one.
You celebrated America's flavors at Thanksgiving, now switch things up with this Asian-inspired lunch.