Two things are great about this chicken salad. - the texture and the mayonnaise/coleslaw dressing with its splash of lemon. Everything goes into the food processor and when it emerges, it only needs a bit of salt and pepper to taste. Make tea sandwiches, stuff celery or pile on fresh greens.
Here's a great idea for leftover ham! Stir it into a hearty sauce of cream of mushroom soup, sauteed onions and shredded Cheddar cheese. Add cooked spaghetti, some chopped pimento and parsley for snappy color, then serve piping hot.
This dip is a refreshing change from the traditional dips you see at parties. The crisp green onions in combination with the olives and tomatoes is very reflective of the Greek salad served here in our local Greek pizza place. Serve with saltine crackers. It's always the first to go at our parties.
This colorful and elegant side dish is so easy to make. I love making this with beets and shallots straight from our local farmers' market. Green onions or chives may be substituted for the shallot if you prefer.