* A note on the chicken. You can season and cube your own breasts or thighs and then shred/cube it. Or, you can buy Costco’s rotisserie chicken that is pre-pulled and packaged. It’s available in the refrigerated section near the pre-made meals. That is what I did and it was such a time saver! All the yumminess of a rotisserie chicken without all the work!
In a large mixing bowl, mix together mayo, lemon juice, and spices. Fold in chicken. Add diced green onions, slivered almonds, and currants. Mix well to combine.
Service as sandwich filling, on top of rustic bread (my favorite!), in lettuce wraps, in a sweet pepper “cup” (just slice a pepper in half and remove the seeds), or on top of crackers. Technically, you can eat it plain too!