Anyway, back to the matter at hand, I cooked two of them and we used that as our sandwich bread. Let me know what type of bread you use, or maybe you'll do a lettuce wrap! (Although I exhort you to buy those baguettes and try them for yourself! You don't have to order them in bulk from France, They are at Costco!) (Here is another version, also from France.)
I know we normally provide you with a separate recipe button, but I have to admit that there wasn't a lot of formal measuring here.
I can tell you I used 1 lb of chicken breast, and 16 oz of Greek Yogurt. So the recipe goes something like this:
1 lb chicken breast
16 oz Greek Yogurt
1 Apple diced (I used Gala. I think a more tart apple like Fuji or Pink Lady would be fun as well.)
about 2 cups of grapes
about 1 cup of craisins
1 TBSP lemon juice
1 cup pecan halves
about 1/2 a red onion, diced
Salt and Pepper to taste
Boil the chicken in salt water until thoroughly cooked. Shred chicken with two forks. Place in a mixing bowl. Add in craisins, apples, pecans, grapes, onions and lemon juice. Mix. Stir in half the Greek Yogurt and stir until the Greek yogurt is evenly spread. Then add the rest and stir until evenly coated again.
Bake your baguettes as directed. Once cooled cut in half and slice open. Add some chicken salad and enjoy!