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This twist on a chicken salad is absolutely fabulous!! I add more fruit and chicken than the recipe calls for to add a little more substance (also try adding grapes- yum!) I also add only about half of the dill. Try serving over a bed of mixed greens-- SO GOOD! My husband loves it! He asks for it ALL the time - and he HATES salad!!! :) A+
I loved this recipie. I didn't think my husband would like it because it mixes meat and fruit (a definate not with him) but he really liked it too. I served it on crossinats with fresh lettuce from the garden. I replaced the pecans with sliced almonds. Used 2 large chicken breasts, next time I'll use 3.
I made this for some of my family that were visiting. The only thing I did not do is add the dill. I'm just not real crazy about dill. I served it with croissants/green leafy lettuce. Everyone, including myself, enjoyed it very much.
Wow what good chicken salad. Used more fruit than was called for; 11oz. oranges and 20oz pineapple. Skipped the sugar as it already sounded on the sweet side subbed walnuts for the pecans and halved the dill. Served in flour tortillas. YUM.