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Chicken Waldorf
Food in season January – Chicken Waldorf

Our Waldorf salad is a low fat chicken salad recipe ideal for your weight loss menus. We show you how to make this classic walnut dish

Chicken Waldorf Salad

Prep time 20 mins | serves 4 | 300 calories per serving

Ingredients

  • 400g Apples, Braeburn, Average
  • 45ml Juice, Lemon, Fresh, Average
  • 200g Lettuce, Romaine, Average
  • 50g Onions, Red, Raw, Average
  • 5 Stalks/200g Celery, Raw, Trimmed
  • 40g Walnuts, Average
  • 15g Mayonnaise, Average
  • 400g Chicken, Breast, Roast, without Skin, Average
  • ¼ Tsp/0.5g Pepper, Black, Freshly Ground, Average

Method

  1. Core and dice the apples and put into a bowl. Stir in the lemon juice to coat the apples.
  2. Wash the lettuce if needed.
  3. Peel the red onion and thinly slice along with the celery, chop the walnuts and add to the apples. Stir in the mayonnaise.
  4. Cut the chicken into bite sized cubes and mix with the other ingredients.
  5. Line the serving dish with the lettuce leaves and pile the chicken salad into the centre.
  6. Add a sprinkle of freshly ground black pepper to taste.

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