Chicken salad is such an easy and seemingly fancy meal to serve at a picnic or pack for lunch. With a good quality and flavorful chicken, keeping the recipe simple is better. Today I used a bunch of the beautiful dill we got in our crop share and leftover smoked chicken to make this quick lunch. I will be starting to post a few of our smoker recipes in the near future, as it is our newest cooking obsession. If you don’t have homemade smoked chicken you can use grilled, roasted, or even baked chicken for your salad. This is a great way to recreate your leftovers into an entirely new meal.
1/2 smoked chicken, pulled and diced
1/3 cup of mayo (more or less for desired consistency)
handful of dill chopped
1/8-1/4 cup of red onion, diced
salt and pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients together and serve over a salad, on bread, or wrap!
NOTE: You can substitute other herbs if you don’t have dill on hand, such as thyme, cilantro, basil, parsley, chives even mint. Green onions are a nice addition to this in a wrap and of course some tomatoes and avocado to get some extra vegetables on your plate.