This Spicy Chicken Salad recipe is perfect when you just want to make a single serving or one sandwich instead of a big batch.
My husband is a big fan of chicken salad. The rest of the family- not so much. Which is why I created this Single Serve Spicy Chicken Salad recipe. He rarely makes any requests in the kitchen, so when he does, I am happy to oblige!
We always keep a batch of hardboiled eggs in the refrigerator. (Pro tip: save an empty egg carton to label “hardboiled” so that you don’t mix them up with your regular eggs.) They are a quick snack option and full of protein and vitamins. Plus, having them ready to go makes whipping up a batch of spicy chicken salad for one super easy.
We love to put buffalo sauce on everything (like my Buffalo Style Mozzarella Pork Chops). It adds a little heat and a lot of flavor to this chicken salad!
This Spicy Chicken Salad recipe is perfect when you just want to make a single serving or sandwich instead of a big batch.
- 4 oz cooked chicken
- 2 tbsp red onion
- 1/2 pickle
- 1 hardboiled egg
- 4 tbsp mayonnaise
- 1-2 tsp red hot sauce like Frank's
Finely chop the chicken, red onion, pickle, and hardboiled egg.
Add chopped ingredients to a bowl and gently mix in the mayonnaise (use slightly more or less depending on the desired consistency).
Add red hot sauce to taste.
This post is sponsored by Great Day Farms but all thoughts and opinions are my own.