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Old Sat, Feb-22-03, 15:11
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VickyRenee VickyRenee is offline
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Plan: Maintenence-Atkins
Stats: 160/129/140 Female 5'4"
Progress: 155%
Location: McPherson KS
Default Chicken Salad

4 boneless chicken breasts (cooked and cut up)
1 c mayonaise
1/4 c chopped celery
1 t onion powder
salt and pepper

Mix all ingredients together!!! So simple and oh so good!!!
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Old Fri, Feb-28-03, 01:21
drakesprig drakesprig is offline
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Plan: CALP
Stats: 267/237/180
Progress: 34%
Location: Willamette Valley, Oregon
Thumbs up Agree on the chicken salad

Chicken salad is a staple for me. I add a little broccoli for some extra crunch. I will roast a whole chicken and use what is leftover from dinner ( usually 1 breast, 1 drumstick, wings and carcas meat). My basic recipe is;

Leftover chicken meat, cubed 0 carbs
1/2 cup diced celery 2.2 carbs
1/2 cup broccoli florets 2.3 carbs
1/2 cup mayo 0 carbs
2 or 3 tblsp. sour cream 1.5 carbs
1/2 tsp. garlic pepper
1/2 tsp. onion powder
salt to taste

This makes a great snack or lunch. I often roll it up in romaine lettuce leaves and I have even used it as filling for a roast beef roll-up.

To me, it is filling and satisfying with hardly any carbs.

I have also done this recipe using left over roast beef.

Hope this is helpful.
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Old Sun, Apr-27-03, 08:16
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strohrl strohrl is offline
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Plan: general low carb
Stats: 169/156/140 Female 5 ft 5 inches
Progress: 45%
Location: michigan

Thank you all so much! I never thought of chicken salad, I was thinking maybee of adding strawberries that would be good I will try your recipes.
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Old Tue, May-20-03, 12:10
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WeeOne WeeOne is offline
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Plan: Atkins/Counting Calories
Stats: 173/165/145 Female 5'1"
Progress: 29%
Location: Washington State

I buy the canned chicken from Costco and make this all the time.
Good stuff, and quick!

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