My 6 year old loves this recipe. It is one of her favorite things to take in her lunch box (just the salad, no bread is how she prefers it). It's very simple to make and it great for potlucks, or large get-together's.
Wednesday's, the Whole Foods in Fort Collins has their rotisserie chicken sale. This is typically when I pick one up, if I don't make a roasted chicken at home. Its easy and flavorful. You can easily roast a whole chicken in the crockpot, come home, shred it, make your salad and have a quick dinner. (I love my crockpot, what a time saver) Crockpot Rotisserie Chicken
The key to this dish is a good quality mayo. If you are on top of things, you can make your own fairly easily. If you are more like me, you prefer to buy a good quality mayo. Homemade Mayo
Let chicken cool slightly. Pull apart and shred meat. Place in a large bowl.
Cut leek in half. Using only the white portion, slice. Add to bowl
Cut grapes into quarters. Add to bowl
Dice water chestnuts. Add to bowl
Poor in 1/4 cup of chicken drippings, add mayo and mix thoroughly. Season with additional salt and pepper if needed. Let sit at least 1 hour, preferably overnight.
GI: 43 GL: 3
Nutrition is the Foundation of Health
Here you will find recipes that I have personally tested and that fit with my idea of a healthy diet. I like to follow the teachings of Dr. Weston A Price, but know that it can be difficult. So, many of these recipes follow the Weston Price Foundation view of nutrition and others are a jumping off point for those trying to incorporate new and healthy recipes into their diet.