Frickin' Good Chicken (Salad)

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe was created by a co-worker of mine and I have shared it so many times that it seemed only right to post it here. It is the perfect meal for a hot summer day when you don't feel like cooking. This is much more glamorous than your traditional chicken salad.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly.
  2. Let chill for 1 hour prior to serving.
  3. Sever over fancy greens or pre-packaged salad mix of your choice.
  4. Cooks note:.
  5. To save time or to prevent having to cook the chicken I have used the pre-cooked Perdue chicken strips.
  6. The chicken salad is served best with warm, fresh bread.
Most Helpful

Very Frickin' Good Chicken Salad! I must admit I was almost thrown off by the mixture of some of the ingredients; However after seeing the great reviews I went for it & I'm glad I did, everyone (child to adult) loved it. I even finished off the left overs for lunch today and it was just as good. I did change the recipe slightly & this is what I did: -removed the celery and onion (not a child favorite) -used slightly less grapes -added Pecans -used Canned Chicken instead (typical for Chicken salads) -And lastly I put it all in a slightly warmed Wheat Pita Pocket Very Frickin' Good Chicken Salad!

TiffanyDanielle June 03, 2009

Delicious! I made this for dinner and my spouse LOVED it. I used reduced fat mayo because a). we try to eat healthy and b). I'm not crazy about mayo anyway. This is a flavorful combination of ingredients. Will definitely make again - this one is a keeper! Light and refreshing summer meal. Thanks.

specht.order July 24, 2015

This is frickin' good! I like the dijon mustard in this -- I think that's what really makes it diffferent. Not sure why it calls for the tablespoon of milk -- it just made it a little runny, but I added some chopped pecans and let it sit in the fridge a while and it set up fine. I ate mine in a pita pocket. Yummy!

St. Louie Suzie October 12, 2008