Start Reading Mode
0 0
Gourmet Chicken Salad

Share it on your social network:

Or you can just copy and share this url


Adjust Servings:
1 lemon — zested, juiced
4 boneless and skinless chicken breast halves
1 tbsp rosemary leaves — chopped
1 cup walnuts — chopped
1 1/2 cups chicken broth
1/2 cup celery — chopped
1 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup blue cheese — crumbled
2 tbsp brown mustard
garlic powdered

Nutritional information

5.1 g
16. 4 g
35.5 g
354 mg
47 mg

Gourmet Chicken Salad

  • Veg
    • 40 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Easy



    Gourmet Chicken Salad is a wonderful variant of an old recipe. Who could have thought such a delicious salad would not require extensive preparation? You will be able to make this exotic dish in minutes. Yes, you read that right! The Gourmet Chicken Salad is just the perfect blend of flavors and is neither too tangy nor sweet.

    Rustle up this salad quickly for a fun day out and serve with some bread or crackers.

    Health Benefits

    Walnuts are rich in antioxidants. The nuts also help in managing Type 2 diabetes.

    (Visited 32 times, 1 visits today)

    How to make Gourmet Chicken Salad

    • Sprinkle lemon juice on the chicken placed in a skillet. Add half of the rosemary.
    • Add the broth to the skillet. Allow it to boil and reduce the flame. Simmer until the chicken juices flow clear. This will take approximately 25 minutes.
    • Drain and cool. Dice the chicken. Toss it with lemon zest in a bowl. Add in the walnuts, rosemary, celery, blue cheese, brown mustard, mayonnaise, garlic powder, pepper, and salt. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before relishing.


    • Did you know that the word “Salad” comes from the Latin “herbasalta” meaning “salted herbs”? Traditionally, green veggies were seasoned with lots of dressings comprising of salt and hence the name! Interesting, isn’t it?
    • The Latin “sal” (meaning “salt”) is believed to conceal the roots of the word “salad”. In the year 1883 was first published a cookbook that was themed specifically around salads.
    • Lettuce, a popular ingredient in salads, in its wild form is believed to have soporific effects. The Romans in fact served lettuce post dinner!

    Sara Miller

    Glazed nuts
    Glazed Nuts
    Indian Style Sheekh Kabab
    Indian Style Sheekh Kabab
    Glazed nuts
    Glazed Nuts
    Indian Style Sheekh Kabab
    Indian Style Sheekh Kabab

    Add Your Comment