I’ve stared buying a rotisserie chicken once a week. Could I make one? Yes. I could. But I have two kids, a business to run, a house to clean, food to prep and I just want a damn pre-made chicken, okay?!
Also, I’ve been blogging for ten years. TEN YEARS.
I blogged when no one knew what it was and people thought I was fucking nuts.
Now, I have to write at least 300 words for my post to have good SEO, and good SEO means Google will share my recipes and posts when people search for them.
Are you annoyed by all this text when you just want the damn keto rotisserie chicken salad recipe?
SO AM I.
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Because I know you don’t want to read all this bullshit I’m typing and honestly, neither do I.
Health benefits of this recipe:
- rich in protein
- if you use fermented pickles like I did, it contains a probiotic punch
- it contains healthy fats from the coconut oil mayonnaise
- parsley is rich in antioxidants
- walnuts are another great source of antioxidants and they’re also anti-inflammatory
Tips for making keto rotisserie chicken salad:
- if you can’t find coconut oil mayonnaise, make your own with my recipe HERE
- you can also order coconut oil (as well as avocado oil mayo) from Thrive Market, an online organic grocery store – where I get my mayo
- I like raisins in my chicken salad, you could add cranberries or grapes for a hint of sweetness
- if you don’t have walnuts, you can add cashews, almonds or even pumpkin seeds for a lil’ crunch
- add any herbs you like, I love to add dill, chives and parsley
Other recipes I’ve made that you will really like, okay?:
Keto Rotisserie Chicken Salad
- 1 whole rotisserie chicken
- 1 cup coconut oil mayo (or homemade!)
- 1/2 white onion, diced
- 1 stalk celery, diced
- 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
- 1/4 cup raisins
- 2 tbsp fresh parsley
Remove meat from the chicken and shred it. You can also chop it if that’s easier.
In a large bowl, add all ingredients.
Mix together and serve or keep in the fridge for several days.