Becky’s Low-Sal/Low-Sulphite Free Chicken Salad

Becky's SSF Chicken Salad tastes great as a sandwich!

Becky’s SSF Chicken Salad tastes great as a sandwich!

This high protein, low-fat treat makes for a great lunch option.  Even if you don’t have a salicylate/sulphite intolerance, Becky’s genius substitution of Greek Yogurt for mayonaise is a switch you will definitely want to make!

Becky’s SSF Chicken Salad goes great with the SSF Bread as a sandwich, or is especially yummy on Kulchas (recipe coming soon!).  I try and eat it on bread to make it last longer, because otherwise I would eat it all at once — ha!

Here is her simple, yet wonderfully healthy recipe.

Becky's Low-Sal/Sulphite Free Chicken salad
Two chicken breast or four thighs cooked and chopped
3 stalks celery, chopped
2 tablespoons malt vinegar
1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
Salt to taste

Mix together all ingredients and adjust seasoning as needed.  To make a sweeter salad, add in peeled chopped golden delicious apples!
Try not to eat it all at once!

Try not to eat it all at once!

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Becky’s Chicken and Rice Soup

On a cold and wintery day, nothing could be more stomach-warming than Becky’s delicious Chicken and Rice Soup!  It’s soft, warm, packed with healthy goodness … AND no sulphites and low/no salicylates!  It freezes really well, too, if you want to portion it out into single-sized servings for later (but I’ll bet it will be gone long before then!).

Enjoy — I know I did!Image

Becky’s SSF Chicken and Rice Soup

1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup white flour
2 cups milk
4 cups chicken broth
3 stalks celery, chopped
2-3 cups boiled chicken thighs, diced
3 cups cooked rice
sea salt to taste
 
In a 3 quart or larger pot melt butter and flour together. Cook on medium heat stirring constantly until the flour is slightly browned and smells nutty. Remove from heat. Add milk. Return to heat and stirring constantly bring to a boil. Boil for one minute. Add remaining ingredients and heat though.