Creamy Dill Chicken Salad

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Cooked chicken joins cucumber, red onion and sour cream for a refreshing, no cook salad

  • 1/2 cup reduced fat sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons Gulden's® Spicy Brown Mustard
  • 1 teaspoon dried dill weed
  • 2 pkgs (6 oz each) refrigerated diced oven roasted chicken breast
  • 1 cup chopped unpeeled, seeded cucumber
  • 1/4 cup chopped red onion
  1. Combine sour cream, mustard and dill in medium bowl. Add chicken, cucumber and onion; toss to coat ingredients evenly. Serve immediately.
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Josh January 08, 2017

Made this and loved it. I'm always looking for healthy chicken salad recipes and this one is a winner! It's so creamy. Put it between a Flatout Foldit wrap or any regular wrap, have a side of baby carrots and an apple you've a got complete healthy lunch.

Mama Latina Tips June 30, 2011

Creamy but light, I made it in ten minutes. I added a couple of crackers and it made a great lunch. My kids weren't thrilled about it, but I liked it and it was a quick and nutritious meal. I will definitely be making it again.

nonna June 30, 2011

not for use here at my house, no one but me liked it.

nonna June 30, 2011

not for use here at my house, no one but me liked it.

Real Men Drive Minivans June 29, 2011

This is a great recipe for a fast, tasty lunch, especially if you are on the go or want to have something on hand. When the summer rolls around we tend to eat a lot of chicken salad. I like it because I can make a big batch in advance, portion it out and slap a quick lunch together in between getting the kids fed and/or down for a nap. I really liked this one because I love dill and cucumbers. Mixing in the chicken with the sour cream and the mustard brought it all together. One quick suggestion on the red onion is to put the diced onion in a cup of ice cold water for about five minutes. It helps take some of the sharpness out of the onions so you aren't breathing fire hours after having eaten. My biggest beef with red onions is having them linger on your breath and this has always helped limit that.

Lindsey June 27, 2011

Easy to make, and satisfying on a summer day. I made this dish for an outdoor summer party, and it was a hit!