Wow this was good! I had a hankering for this since I had not had it in years. The only changes I made were that I used slivered almonds instead of pecans and I left out the potato chips. I served this as sandwiches to make it more substantial. Definitely as good as I remembered it!
This is the first time I've made a hot chicken salad and it just wasn't for us. Something about the warm mayo flavor gave it a unsettling taste--it could just be our preferences though
I was looking for a quick Comfort Food meal and this fit the bill nicely. I followed the recipe as is using canned Chicken. It was quick and easy and I thank you for sharing it. This is even a dish that kids would probably like.
I have never made hot chicken salad, so perhaps this was a matter of taste, but my husband and I did not care for it. The only change I had made was to omit the pecans, because I do not like them, but other than that, followed recipe exactly. I am glad I had opportunity to try - thank you for posting! :)
This was pretty good and very easy to make. The only thing I'll do different next time is leave out the salt as it was sorta salty, and I usually have leftover seasoned chicken that I use to make recipes like this.
I really enjoy this version of the recipe. I sometimes don't add the nuts and add more onions instead. I also use croutons rather than chips.
I liked this as much as my recipe! I loved the pecans in the recipe instead of the almonds. Thanks so much for sharing!
I mixed this together on my lunchbreak and added leftover peas. Microwaved the dish to get it on the table quickly. It was great and enjoyed by 2 small picky eaters. Thanks!
It's me again, Angela...made this tonight and, of course, enjoyed every bite. Miss Daisy is the Best EVER Tennessee Cook.