This delicious sandwich filling is fast and lower in cholesterol and calories than many meat sandwiches. It's economical as well. You can also use it to stuff hollowed-out tomatoes or glop it on lettuce leaf cups for plain chicken salad.
Chicken Salad Sandwiches
Chop onion, celery and red pepper in a food processor. Add chicken and process again briefly.
Scrape into a bowl. Add mayonnaise, garlic and pickle relish. Stir to combine.
Spread a slice of bread (Note #2) with a thin coat of mayonnaise on one side. Spread another slice thickly with chicken salad. Top with lettuce, thinly sliced tomato and the mayonnaised bread. Enjoy!
Don't pack in lunches or take to a picnic unless it can be kept well chilled! This filling would spoil rapidly if kept in a warm place (but you knew that, right?).
* Note #2: Children, invalids, the elderly and picky eaters will often consume bread better, especially whole grain, if you trim off the crusts. Humor them. Cut into diagonal quarters. The trimmed-off crusts won't go to waste; dry them for bread crumbs.web tool
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