When I was on the treadmill at the gym the other day, I watched this episode clip from America's Test Kitchen (it's available for viewing for a limited time, so check it out soon). They shared a recipe for a spin on a classic chicken salad. They called their version ~ Waldorf Chicken Salad. It looked so good, I came home and made it for my dinner. The recipe was easy to follow and made for a great tasting chicken salad. The thing that really caught my attention, was them cooking the chicken breasts in a homemade version of sous-vide cooker. Interesting concept... I'm not fully convinced that it was worth the extra effort, but I was glad that I tried preparing it that way.
|I made a simple, throw-it-all-in-the-pot ~ Chicken & Vegetable Miso Soup ~ using the leftover water/broth. What a great way to use up leftover veggies in the fridge. There's no waste is this kitchen!!|
Since you have to sign-up over at America's Test Kitchen before they will let you see the actual recipe, and some might not want to do that, here is another great sounding Waldof Chicken Salad recipe that has similar flavors. ((this recipe has no Let-us-send-you-a-Cooks-Illustrated-magazine-to-review-&-then-write-'cancel'-on-the-invoice-we-send-to-you-,-even-if-you-don't-want-to-pay-$24.99-a-year-for-a-subscription catch to it.)) :) teehee