Don't you just love chicken salad? Today for part of our Shelf Reliance party, I'm going to be reviewing their chicken salad. And I'm going to tell you how easy it is to make it once you have the products!
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I always love to try new products, especially "new versions" of foods that I love. As you may know, we eat a lot chicken, so I was excited to try the Thrive Chicken
. I recieved a sample of chicken, as well as a sample of onions and celery to make chicken salad.
I've never prepared freeze dried foods before, so apart from being curious about the taste, I was curious about the process. Lucky for me, it was very easy to make with just a few simple steps!
Here's how you do it:
1. Combine chicken, celery, and onion in about 3 cups water in a sauce pan over high heat.
2. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low and simmer until reconstituted (about 10 minutes).
3. Put the mixture into a colander and let the water drain for about 10 minutes. Make sure to get all excess water out.
4. Set aside in the refrigerator until cool.
5. Combine the cooled chicken mixture with 1/2 cup mayonnaise. Season the chicken mixture with salt and pepper to taste. Spoon onto bread or crackers.
Now how did we like it? I can honestly say that we LOVED it! Even as the salad cooked on the stove top, I could smell the onion cooking through. Upon taking the mixture off the stove, I couldn't help but taste a small bite of chicken and was intrigued at how the chicken had absorbed the flavor of the onions.
And the final product was delcious! My husband (the sometimes skeptic) was very impressed by the taste and just how flavorful it was, and particularly fascinated by the inclusion of the onions and celery in the package.
And we also loved the amount in the sample, which yielded seven sandwiches for us. Overall we were very impressed by the product, and I'm very excited to try some of the other meats
at Shelf Reliance.
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Disclaimer: For hosting this party for Shelf Reliance, I recieved free products to sample. The opinions are my own.
Labels: casseroles and quick meals, product review, Recipe of the Week