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I was really surprised by how good this recipe turned out. I was a little skeptical of the blend of ingredients but the sweetness of the mango blended nicely with the taste of the avocado and the mild spiciness of the dressing. Unfortunately my mango wasn't quite ripe and my avocado was a little TOO ripe so I don't think my finished product lived up to this recipe's full potential but it was so good that I have incentive to try again with better produce. I'm not much of a "salad guy" (though I'm trying) so my seal of approval and plan to try this one again says a lot. Next time I want to try it with spinach instead of lettuce.
I thought this was great! I wanted it as a starter instead of a main so I left out the chicken and added banana instead - I was only making it for myself so converted it to 2 servings (one for tomorrow) for the sauce and eyed the fruit. It was delicious and I will definitely make this again!
This was an interesting mix of ingredients. I didn't want the dressing too hot so I only added a little chile garlic sauce at a time and tasted it. I ended up using a couple tablespoons I think. In my opinion the chicken needs a little more seasoning. I cooked mine in a pan with salt and pepper but something additional would be nice. Actually leftover rotisserie chicken might be nice.
Rating: 1 stars
The dressing is very spicy and watery. I liked the ingredients in the salad but used a honey lime juice dressing.