Hot Chicken Salad

Hot Chicken Salad created by breezermom

This is a recipe from a collection of Amish Recipes published by a restaurant in Northern Indiana called Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Even though there are quite a few hot chicken salad, I'm posting this one because it is a little different and I want to know the nutrition information. The recipe calls for real mayonnaise. Do not sub fat free or low fat mayo as it will change the taste of the recipe.

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  • Mix chicken, celery, almonds, onions, cheese and salt.
  • Add juice and mustard to mayonnaise and fold into chicken mixture.
  • Put in a 8 x 8 casserole dish and sprinkle with potato chips.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
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"This is a recipe from a collection of Amish Recipes published by a restaurant in Northern Indiana called Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Even though there are quite a few hot chicken salad, I'm posting this one because it is a little different and I want to know the nutrition information. The recipe calls for real mayonnaise. Do not sub fat free or low fat mayo as it will change the taste of the recipe."

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  3. breezermom
    I had some leftover roast chicken, and everything else needed for this recipe, and I'm so glad I did! It really hit the spot tonight. I was scared the celery would be too strong, but it was perfect exactly as posted. Made for Newest tag game. Thanks for sharing! This is really yummy.
  4. LARavenscroft
    This is a recipe from a collection of Amish Recipes published by a restaurant in Northern Indiana called Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Even though there are quite a few hot chicken salad, I'm posting this one because it is a little different and I want to know the nutrition information. The recipe calls for real mayonnaise. Do not sub fat free or low fat mayo as it will change the taste of the recipe.
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