Originally I took Gail's recipe.
Dice the following:
-2 stalks of green onions
-2 stalks of celery
-1 Red Anjou Pear or apple
-1/4th of an onion
-half of a chicken breast, cooked (approximately)
Mix in Mayonnaise until the consistency is as you like. I think I used about 3 flat tablespoons.
-2 handfuls of chopped nuts (candied walnuts, pecans, almond slivers, etc.)
-Madras Curry Powder to your liking (I put in maybe 1 tsp - less than I expected to - definitely didn't want a strong curry flavor, just a nice little kick)
-Salt and Black Pepper to taste
Mix them all thoroughly well, and serve on top of toast, inside sandwiches, on top of crackers or a bed of lettuce. Also good after it sits a few hours, to let tastes blend.
(Today I'll be making it without most of the ingredients - no celery, no fruit, no onion ... but lots of chicken to eat up!)
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