Thursday, January 10, 2013

do you do dill?

you are going to love me for this. Really, you are......

I wasn't planning on blogging this recipe, so I didn't do any of the "how to" pics. In fact, when I tasted it, I immediately ran to grab a paper and pen to jot down what I did so that I would NEVER forget. It is...... there are no words...... so so good!

I had some Fresh Dill in the fridge for something I don't even remember. I didn't use it right when I bought it (probably because I forgot what for), and thought to myself, that I didn't want it to go to waste so I better think fast on what to do with it.

because, let's be honest..... how many of us cook with fresh Dill.....and how often during the winter months?? So before you hang up on this post because you are already intimidated by this fresh ingredient, that you quite frankly aren't sure you even really like; let me encourage you to try this recipe. AND purchasing that $1.99 pack of herbs will not go to waste if you try this recipe as well.
Here is what you will need:
the breasts from a rotisserie chicken (chopped/cubed/shredded/whatever)
3 celery stalks and their yummy leaves on top (lots of flavor so don't trash 'em)
1/2 of a granny smith apple chopped
Place in a med/large size mixing bowl.
4 tbls of sugar
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
1 heaping tbls Dijon mustard
1/3 cup of mayo
juice from 1/2 of a lime
2-3 tbls spoons of fresh dill chopped (I just had a big handful so guessing this much)
Put all in a mason jar, slap a lid on and shake until combined.
Pour over salad, toss, and refrigerate until serving.
I served it on a really toasted, crunchy slice of bread open face.


Be back soon.......

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