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This was pretty good and a nice variation from traditional chicken salad. I did use only a 1/4 cup of yogurt and then added a 1/2 cup of Miracle Whip. The chicken was herb-roasted from the night before and this added a wonderful flavor. I would definitely make this again. I served it in lettuce wraps.
Mixed reviews at our house: I would recommend using very high-quality yogurt as it is a predominant flavour. The combination and volume of yogurt and mayonnaise can be a bit much for some people but the snow peas and chicken go well together.
Wow this probably IS the best chicken salad I've ever had! I used green onion instead and I used lime juice instead of the zest. I suggest adding a bit more lime if you like; I did and it turned out really nice!
This was a hit at my house. We added radishes instead of water chestnuts due to them not being available in my area. I used plain yogurt instead of vanilla. The falavours were delicate and fresh. I ended up doubling the ginger and lime zest but it was delicious as written. Just great! Thank you Barrett for your recipe we will be using it often.
This was a nice twist to the traditional chicken salad. I didn't serve it with crackers or on a sandwich. I just had it plain and tossed some crackers in it for an extra crunch. I've used water chestnuts and loved the lime zest for a kick. I do have enough for leftovers since I had half a salad.