Combine diced chicken with a little red onion, celery, currants and apple for a simple salad that has a nice crunch, great color and a wonderfully fresh combination of flavors. The green apple chicken salad from Lunch in Culver City is similar to a classic Waldorf, and it’s just as easy to prepare.
LUNCH'S GREEN APPLE CHICKEN SALAD
Total time: 25 minutes | Serves 4 to 6
Note: Adapted from Lunch.Read more
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