Thursday, November 20, 2008

Lob Cabin Woman Cooks: Michigan Chicken Salad

But before we get to the recipe...here is a Giveaway opportunity that my bloggy pal Shelley has over at her blog. CHECK IT OUT (you too, Mom)! This recipe would go perfect on that artisan bread that she has over there. Here in the State of Michigan, Shelley is just a smidge directly north of me. Shelley's Blog Giveaway Stay tuned, I'll have my own giveaway here soon! Here is an update, my bloggy pal Jen's husband just got an 11 point buck. Jen's Blog They are not in Michigan.

Michigan Chicken Salad
4 cups cubed, cooked chicken breast
1 cup mayonnaise or Miracle Whip
1 teaspoon paprika
1 1/2 cups dried cherries or cranberries
1 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper

In a medium bowl, combine mayonnaise/Miracle Whip with paprika, salt and poultry seasoning. Stir in dried cherries or cranberries, celery, onion, and nuts. Add cubed chicken, and mix well. Season with black pepper to taste. Chill at least 1 hour.

7 comments:

Shellmo said...

I like all the ingredients in this - yummy! I'll have to make this for a cabin lunch!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Denise, That chicken salad sounds yummy. What a great holiday treat---with cranberries in it. (I don't like cherries--so I'd use the cranberries.) Think I'll try it!!! YUM!!! Thanks!

Hot Belly Mama - taking it all back said...

I love your vintage log cabin! And thank you for the recipe. I am so enjoying following your blog. :)

Jessica said...

I've got the day off tomorrow... I think this recipe will be on my list of things to cook tomorrow. Sounds great!

Jen said...

Yummy--I may try this with some left over Turkey!

Thanks for the blog plug. :)

Mona at Cabin and Camp said...

I never thought of cranberries in chicken salad--thanks for the recipe. I use white grapes in mine sometimes and it's good, too.

Love your blog, by the way. I found it via Shelley's "Building a Log Cabin".

Denise said...

Shelley - thanks makes a great sandwich for a canoe trip, although not for the rest of this year.

Betsie - thanks for stopping over again. The cherries make it more Michigan.

Hot Belly Mama - I'm loving your blog too.

Mona - I'm heading over to your blog right now.

Jessica - I'm going to have to stop over at your blog.

Jen - No problem, it was the easiest way to tell Bill how to get there too!