Chicken Salad Sliders

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Chicken Salad Sliders Chicken Salad Sliders

Servings: 12 sandwiches
Prep Time: 10 min
Difficulty: Easy

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2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
3 1/2 cups finely diced cooked chicken
1 cup finely diced celery
1/3 cup slivered almonds
12 mini slider rolls





In a small bowl, combine the lemon juice, mayonnaise and salt. Toss with the chicken, celery, and almonds in a medium bowl. Serve on mini slider rolls.

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Paulis dishes are simple and dee licious. Any time i need a ideal for lunch or dinner I always go striaght to her Page and I alway find Something affordable and East to follow.thanks Paula your home cooking is awsome.

By Donna Mitchell on July 17, 2013


i served your chicken salad at my granddaugters wedding shower and everyone wanted the recep.told them to get it at you page. thank you for your great your show

By Erika Ellendt on March 24, 2013


Sure do miss Paula's Home Cooking. . . have you thought about verifying "if", and my daughter's a nurse manager, with the type 2 diabetes you've been diagnosised with might possibly be "inherited" rather than the butter? Many doctors as well as microbiologist are NOW discovering that butter is actually MUCH more natural and safe than the margerine/substitutes we are now finding being made so readily available to us? Were any of your parents/ maternal or paternal diabetic? You would also need to include your grandmothers and grandfathers on each side as well. Just "hoping" you can still have your cake and eat it too, I suppose, or perhaps we'll see a "new" book in the future, not with "lighter side reciepes" but maybe one where there was actually a "family" history to which this very treatable illness could possibly be linked! My parents and grandparents lived until well into their 80s and in fact some 90s and ate pure hog lard as well as butter, homemade breads, and pork sausage at least twice a day, and none were EVER diabetic, and yep. . . you know what else, they were a bit on the pleasingly plump side, as far as weight too! Sure do miss the good ole days with Paula, and we are really "praying" for a more original return of her soon! Be Blessed and remember the older we get the older we look, to the point of "sickly", when we lose weight, and Paula P L E A S E never resort to ALL the gimicks of the PLASTIC SURGERY. . . think about their LAST NAMES! SURGEON, Yuck. . . very un natural, and look at ALL the celebs., like Michael Jackson, Priscilla Presley, and even Joan Rivers. . . horrible, and I'm sure they "paid" for the Best ones Available. Love and BEST dishes and GOOD SOUTHERN WISHES! Kay grin

By kay on February 22, 2012


please, more pictures of everything from porches to food!

By Sandy Shepard on July 17, 2011


Dear Miss Paula, Much like your own sons, I too love to ccok. Mom always said that when the other kids were outside playing, I wanted to be with her in the kitchen to help mama cook. She would put my little rear on the counter and let me stir! I am a hairstylist and salon owner of 33 years by trade, but my soul is in food...I catered out of my kitchen, (which is a one person kitchen) many special events for hundreds and small weddings of 100 or so in our backyard. People are truly amazed at the delicious food that comes out of that small space. Keep on a cookin with your sons, because there is no recipe for mom and son lovin in the kitchen. From my small kitchen to your very adequate cooking and good dishes. A friend and fan always, butch

By Butch Paulson on July 16, 2011



By DOROTHY DICKIE on April 17, 2011


Great recipe...except don't add the salt or pepper! I made that mistake and I won't make the same mistake again....I also suggest using walnuts instead of almonds and to add some grapes. YUM!Other than that the recipe is AWESOME!

By Katie on April 11, 2011


Gotta share this with you. My friend sent me an email that said." Southerners call pecans pee-cans. The only pee-can I know about is one you carry in the car on a trip." She lives in Maine so we will forgive her if she doesn't know how to speak "Southern English". Thought this would bring a smile to you all. Delle P.S. Love your shows. Will try the chicken salad.

By Delle Hansford on March 22, 2011


Paula you are the BEST.....I love all your recipes that I have tried...You are truly one of my favorite...I wanna be like

By ericka means on March 21, 2011


Sounds delicious, except I think pecans would be better.

By joann taylor on March 20, 2011


LOL Who would have ever thought that Paula Deen would put a recipe I've used for years on here. I've been making them this way since I was little. Great minds think alike. Real women use real mayonnaise and real butter when they cook. Love you Paula!

By Sheryl Hypes on March 19, 2011


This chicken salad is delicious!!! I add shredded mozzerella cheese to mine. I have been making it this way for years!! Thanks Paula!!

By Joy B on March 19, 2011


Paula and Sons, I love watching your show Paula, and always enjoy seeing you on other programs. Loved seeing you with hosting with Hoda the other day--you made my day. I needed a laugh that morning--and got it while watching you!!!! Love ALL your recipes, and your two sons also!! I love it when your wonderful hubby is on with you too!! It makes me happy! God Bless all of you!

By Linda Crone on March 19, 2011


I really like chicken salad Expecally when U do not add oions ! I usually have them served on the side, with a few sliced (cuqumbers)I love to experment in the kitchen & most of the time its great cooking .

By Paula ann Douglas Woods on March 19, 2011


If you don't have celery, whole celery seed is a wonderful substitute!

By Karen on March 19, 2011


I add red grape halves to mine also, just makes it that much more yummy.

By Jeannine Branstetter on March 19, 2011


Very good chicken salad! Simple to make, my family loves it!

By Traci on March 17, 2011


Everybody loves this chicken salad. It's really good!

By mlnb11 on July 15, 2009

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