Quick and Easy Waldorf-Style Chicken Salad
Leftover rotisserie chicken is the kickoff to this chicken salad snacks served in a croissant.
[MUSIC] The year is 1896, and the maitre d' at the Waldorf Hotel has created the latest culinary craves By combining apples, walnuts, and grapes. Toss with mayonnaise to a bed of lettuce, the Waldorf salad was invented. Well tonight, I'm gonna show you how to make a Waldorf-style chicken salad. First, I need to make our chicken salad. I had some leftover rotisserie chicken, so I'm chopping it up into small pieces, until I have about three cups. Then, I'll add one and a half cups of diced celery. Three hard-cooked eggs quartered. And a half teaspoon of salt. Next, add half a cup of mayonnaise, and mix well. And now that I have chicken salad, it's time to make it Waldorf style chicken salad, by adding apples, grapes, and walnuts. Add half a cup of chopped red apples, half a cup of halved grapes and one third cup of chopped toasted walnuts. Then just give it a little stir to incorporate it all. And there you have it, a Waldorf style chicken salad. Just put a couple spoonfuls on a croissant and enjoy this twist to a culinary classic.