Chicken Salad Sandwiches with a Hint of Lime

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Chicken Salad Sandwiches.  It’s time for light lunches and nicer weather.
Winter has held on far too long this year.

We served these on mini-croissants at a Women’s Conference at our church recently.  About 150 women attended.  We had a great time together and enjoyed munching on these lovely sandwiches.

Chicken Salad Sandwiches with a Hint of Lime

Chicken Salad Sandwiches with a Hint of Lime

These are easy to put together and look so nice.  My boys like them made on Hawaiian rolls too.  The recipe makes 5 cups of chicken salad.  The size of roll you serve it on with determine how many servings you will get.
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Sweet Curried Chicken

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Sweet Curried Chicken

Sweet Curried Chicken

My family really enjoys a sweet curry I have made from a box mix.  I did not love it so much.  When I came across a recipe to make my own, I decided to give it a try.  The results?  5 stars from all of us!  I like that I can vary the curry flavor to my own taste and we all loved the curry-citrus sauce.  I adapted it to make it easier and to suite my families tastes.  I hope you like it too!

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Sweet Baked Chicken

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Sweet Baked Chicken

Sweet Baked Chicken

I just got back from a two week trip to visit family and to take my daughter to get her wisdom teeth removed.  It was a busy trip and I am happy to be home again.  While I was there, I ate some leftover baked chicken my mom had made the night before.  It was really good, slightly sweet and nice and moist.  I couldn’t determine what she had used for the flavor, so I asked her.  She smiled a little sheepishly and said “Well, I was out of corn flakes so I used Frosted Flakes.”  I decided to try it out on my family last night and it was a hit!   This recipe is super easy and tastes great!
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Chicken Rolls

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Chicken Rolls

Chicken Rolls

I have to say that these rank among my families favorite meals.  My kids will eat them either hot out of the oven or cold as leftovers.  You can make it easier by using store bought crescent rolls, but I find it cheaper and more filling to make the rolls myself.  To make these lovely bites, I combined my Mom’s Dinner Rolls recipe and my Creamy Chicken Filling recipe.  I make the full recipe for my rolls and end up with about 36 chicken rolls and a dozen plain rolls.  That may seem like a lot, but believe me these get gobbled up quickly!  Some of us like to dip them in mustard.  If I feel like adding a little more, I will make a chicken gravy to serve over the top.  I like to make these to take with us on road trips.  They are tidy and filling.
I hope you like them as much as we do!

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