Curry Chicken Salad


Curry Chicken Salad Recipe

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This curry chicken salad recipe is the way more fun and flavorful sister of regular chicken salad. This healthy curry chicken salad uses greek yogurt, pistachios, golden raisins, mango chutney, and more! Curry chicken salad is perfect for lunch, no heating needed!Curry Chicken Salad Instructions Combine the mayonnaise with the curry powder, salt and pepper and mix well.

This step helps to make sure that the In a large bowl, combine the chicken, celery, green onions, apple, raisins, and almonds. Pour the. Ingredients 3 breast half, bone and skin removed (blank)s cooked skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, chopped 3 stalks celery, chopped ½. For the Curry Chicken Salad Meal Prep I paired the chicken salad with some crackers for dipping and a tart green apple, which perfectly compliments the earthy chicken salad.

It’s a simple lunch box that holds up well in the fridge and doesn’t require a lot of prep. You could always turn the chicken salad into a wrap using a large tortilla. Curry Chicken Salad!

Need a new summer salad? You will love this curry chicken! Feel free to swap out the chicken and use garbanzo beans for a vegetarian option.

Enjoy! INGREDIENTS 2 cups shredded chicken 3/4 cup. Ingredients 2 cups cubed cooked chicken breast 3/4 cup chopped apple 3/4 cup dried cranberries 3/4 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1/2 cup chopped celery 2 teaspoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon chopped green onion 1 teaspoon curry powder.

This delicious Curry Chicken Salad recipe is easy to make using precooked chicken. A great paleo, gluten-free and dairy-free meal that comes together in minu. Coarsely chop walnuts and transfer 3/4 cup of them to a bowl with chicken, grapes and celery; toss. Step 3 In a small bowl, whisk together scallions, mayonnaise, yogurt, vinegar, curry powder and pepper. Scrape mixture over chicken mixture and toss well.

Fill a medium saucepan halfway with water; bring to boil. Add 1 tsp. kosher salt and chicken breasts. Reduce heat and simmer until cooked through, 12 to 15. Step 1 In a large salad bowl combine the chicken, celery, onion, apple, raisins, grapes, pecans, pepper, curry powder and mayonnaise.

Mix all togethe.

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Chop the chicken into 2cm chunks and put into a mixing bowl with the spring onions, mayo, yoghurt, curry powder, turmeric, mango chutney, honey, lime zest and some salt and pepper to taste.

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This is a very light curry salad that isn’t as strong as some of the traditional curry recipes.

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I like turmeric blended with other curry spices—cumin, coriander, mustard seed—but you can also try simply sprinkling some curry powder into chicken salad with green peas (or sliced purple grapes) for an easy and tasty lunch.

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Sprinkle the chicken pieces with turmeric and add white chicken stock up to halfway.

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If you want to make a curried chicken salad with leftover roast chicken, add fresh (or freshly made) curry powder, with some finely minced garlic and finely grated ginger.

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Mix the ginger and garlic, curry powder, salt, turmeric, cumin seeds and coriander well and add to the buttermilk mixture.

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heat to medium add the chicken and sauté for 10 minutes, add turmeric, black pepper, ground saffron, 1/2 teaspoon salt and give it a good stir, add 3 cups water reduce heat to medium low and simmer covered for 30 minutes, remove from heat and set aside.

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In a non-reactive bowl, combine pureed mango, with lime juice, shallots, brown sugar, olive oil, curry powder, garlic paste, cayenne pepper, and salt.

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Preheat the oven to 375°F. In a small bowl, combine the green onions, ginger, curry powder, lime juice and salt and pepper.

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Add the green chilli-ginger paste, turmeric powder, coriander, lemon juice, • potatoes and salt and mix well.

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  • i wud most definitely let that sit in the refrig for a couple of days before eatn. I’m sure the taste wud be outstanding. Gotta try this recipe!!

  • Hey Bobby I love your videos. Why are the written recipe different from the video? Video says 1 1/2 cups tapioca flour and recipe has 2 cups?

  • I’d love to see more cold meal preps! I work in construction and I never have an oven or a microwave available at work and instead of the usual fast food and beer for lunch I’d like to have some healthy cold meal prep…

    ..and beer.

  • OMG Pao de Queijo…my daughter and I made this…what a sticky mess your looks amazing..this whole thing is the bomb..the curry chicken salad too!

  • I wish I liked curry because it is so good for us. However, the smell of it positively nauseates me. I wish that was not the case but I can’t even stomach being around an Indian restaurant which is a shame because of its health benefits. I think its the turmeric which of course is so healthy.

  • This looks great but I’d like to try to stick with Keto what can I replace the Pao with to keep it Keto? thanks for the amazing recipes!

  • Here are the Macros for the Chicken Salad:
    531 calories per serving of chicken
    32.6 grams of fat per serving of chicken
    36.4 grams of protein per serving of chicken
    5.1 grams of carbs per serving of chicken

    Macros for ONE of the Brazilian Cheese Rolls:
    140 calories per cheese roll
    6 grams of fat per cheese roll
    9.3 grams of carbs per cheese roll
    2.1 grams of protein per cheese roll

    tapicoa flour/starch:

    microplane zester:

    glass meal prep containers:

    metal sheet trays:

    olive oil dispenser:

  • Hi… just started keto and I love your videos.. thanks you!! They are very helpful when it comes to making the right selections when doing my grocery shopping. On the receipe for cheese puff, you used veggie oil?? Did I hear right lol… I thought veggie oil is not a good choice in the oil fam..

  • Bobby!! A KETO recipe on those BREAD ROLLS pleaseeeeeee… they look magical!!! Im craving bread and not a fan of the almond flour breads..

  • Hi! I was just wondering if the tapioca flour could be changed out for almond flour. Probably not? I’m just looking for a way to reduce the carbs more. Thank you for all of your videos! I’m learning so much!!! ������

  • Makin this today for the wk & my kids, they’re gonna love it��they think I’m an awesome cook cuz of u! U need to come out w little kid flavcity t-shirt’s! I’d make them wear them haha

  • I love your enthusiasm Bobby! Thank you for mentioning freezing options. I live alone and am always looking for tips to make cooking for one more affordable and less wasteful.

  • I only recently realized how silly it was to only buy boneless, skinless chicken breasts chicken thighs or drumsticks (bone in, skin on)is waaay cheaper and waaay more flavourful.

  • Been watching this channel religiously for almost a year now and I keep coming back to this recipe. One of (if not, the best) recipe I have ever made. Keep up the good work!

  • If almond flour would be added instead the other flour you hv added. It would still be that good I mean in that French bread /buns very difficult name it has.

  • Girl that chicken salad sandwich has my mouth watering��

    Ugh and then you went and did it with the lettuce wraps ���� omg you’re killing me at 2am lmao.

  • Is there a way to prevent this disgusting woman from being suggested on my YouTube? She literally makes me sick with how disgustingly nasty she eats.

  • I was thinking, have you ever tried to use potato starch rather than tapioca? It is not so widely available here in the UK and I’m looking for substitute as those cheesy balls look so delicious:)

  • I’ve made this twice now and my cheese balls have twice fallen in looking more like donuts than balls. What am I doing wrong?

    Other than that, love this recipe. The salad is constantly in my meal prep rotation.

  • Just wondering: Is a Keto friendly version of those cheese rolls possible? Not familiar with tapioca flour, and I’m wondering if a coconut or almond flour would in any way substitute? I’ll probably be making this either way, but I’m curious! Thanks!

  • This was super helpful! I want to start trying meal prep but the lunches was really baffling me. I couldn’t think of a good salad that wouldn’t go weirdly soggy if I made it too far in advance, but obviously with a creamy salad like this, that’s not a problem. I’d love to see some more lunch ones like this.

  • awwww only some of the utensils are listed!! ���� guess I’m going hunting to find the link to all the other items used. but omg I love your videos…

  • I am only finding agave syrup at my grocery store. Is this the same as agave nectar? Or is the syrup laden with sugar? By the way I just discovered your channel and after having many mini strokes, am changing my diet completely and I’m loving your recipes and tips!

  • This chicken salad is pretty much like a dish here in the UK called Coronation Chicken, so called as it was served for the Coronation luncheon of our Queen.

    For a change I often add in things like raisins, celery, mango, chopped nuts (walnuts work really well). It’s one of those dishes I like to make with all of the leftover chicken or bits left in the bones (prior to freezing the bones for later use in stock/soup).

    I’m definitely going to try those little “breads” though, they look kinda like a crossover between a Yorkshire pudding and a choux pastry.

    What other cheeses would work with those? Is it best to go with a hard cheese?

  • Love the recipes!!

    Do you have a recipe for a chicken, sausage and/or seafood paella meal prep with sides?

    Also a lower carb Pad Thai meal prep?


  • Hey Bobby, love your content. I want to implement your ideas, but I had an important question:

    I go to university for 8 hours a day sometimes, and would like to take my prepped meal with me. This means it would be out of the refrigerator and in room temperature from 9 am 1 pm, when I would heat it (if required) and eat. Will it still be edible? I would be holding it in room temperature for a large amount of time after having it refrigerated already.

    This is in regard to your beginner meal prep, college meal prep and this one (and any other meal prep recipe).

    Thank you!

  • YUUUUMMMEEEEEE!!!!!! This recipe is mouthwatering and is a definite must try.
    And as usual your videos are beautiful and well done.

  • I know you are an expert at healthy low carb stuff. What about something fun for Ketogenic/Gluten free/ bread? Most ketogenic breads are made out of nut meal instead of flour. Some people use almond butter instead of keto flour but it is a game changer. It really brings your fat in balance.

  • I recently started watching your videos. I love that you use real ingredients that can be found at my local grocery store. All these others use ingredients that NO one ever has or can find. Keep up the good work. I enjoy watching all your videos. ❤️��

  • I dont really like the taste of meat. The only meat i can eat is boneless skinless chicken breast. If i use that, does it bake exactly the same way? Thanks!

  • A nice summertime dinner today you gave us a couple of dances love it �� I like how you share with others especially the guy who detailed your car many blessings

  • We be like excuse me, you don’t just walk in don’t speak got your hand out like you gone eat girl bye. Ignant ppl call to be family don’t have time for stupidity.

  • Hi my name is koryn I like watching your YouTube videos u cook some good stuff girl and I was wondering how you make the eggs u make Before

  • I Love your Videos!! �� Keep ’em coming!! Your recipes are so easy! I Love them! You need to Join some kind of Show/Food Show… Why haven’t you been on Ellen yet?��‍♀️��

  • I recently got an air fryer! How about some meal prep with that? I know that’s not usually your forte but I think it would be a good turnout plus it’s so easy to use! I still have some experimenting to do, myself!

  • I’m so glad I found your channel-all your recipes look so delicious; I can’t wait to try these! Side note: I love your voice-it has a certain Christopher Walken-quality to it, lol.

  • Once again, looks amazing. I’ll use this recipe down the road when I reach my goal weight, since I’m strictly no sugaring it. The lime zest, juices and agave won’t work for me right now!

  • Newbie to your channel and I am loving it. I am Portuguese and the entire time I was wondering what you were calling the little cheese buns. I thought you were saying a French word some or other of D’anjou. lol…. I realized at the end that you were saying Pao de Queijo, literal translation is cheese bread. Just goes to show you the Portuguese language is not the easiest to talk.  I am definitely going to try this recipe. I love anything with Queijo!!! lol:)

  • I actually cut grapes into my chicken salad its really good but you should cook some meat lovers lasagna or some swedish meatballs

  • Had some leftover baked chicken from a couple days ago, bought a cheap pack of chicken tenderloins from Walmart and boiled them with some seasoning for a little less than an hour. Made this chicken salad salad sandwich (with the pickle, the chips, AND 2cookies lol) it was������������

  • OMG every time I see your videos I love them. I have just had my gastric surgery a week ago for health reasons, and I watch you and you make me so hungry!

  • I’m coming to your restaurant soon as you open it up and baby I’m going to eat some of that delicious food you fix on your channel ��


  • Ahhhhhhh..lmao when u start singing like hey hey hey…i be rolling shit funny as hell i see you be doing ya thing with the food…love your channel im here to support!!!!.keep doing ya thing!!!!.u got it going on honey������������

  • Oh snap Miriam done switched it up. And I’m here for it. Mouth watering wraps and fresh fruit yessssssssssss. You go Miriam ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤