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The chicken is beautifully tender the overall taste is dill (I could not taste the buttermilk). I found it a little too "mayonnaisey" next time I will use half mayonnaise and half sour cream. My husband loved it.
I did as another rater suggested and used half of the mayonnaise called for and used sour cream to substitute for the other half of the mayonnaise. The result was a rich but lighter taste. Great served on a croissant!!
I stuck to the spirit of the recipe but did make some alterations. I did as others here did and subbed half of the mayo for sour cream. I used low fat mayo and fat free sour cream. I made this as a layered salad rather than mixing it all together so I thinned out the dressing with a bit of vegetable stock and added a bit more seasoning. I used a big pile of lettuce for the base scattered the celery grapes and some broccoli slaw over that topped that with some leftover shredded chicken drizzled on the dressing and sprinkled it with cashews. Very tasty. I had this salad with a corn muffin and was very satisfied for dinner.
This was such a great chicken salad recipe! The only thing I did differently was to use pre-cooked chicken so I didn't need the white wine and other ingredients used to saute the chicken. Other than that it was absolutely excellent! Everyone at the party loved it.
This chicken salad is wonderfull. I made a large batch to have through out the week for lunch. Like alot of others I did 1/2 mayo & 1/2 sour cream. My husband likes it as well but he felt that it was missing something & he thought it might be relish. So next time i'll try it with relish. I will for sure make this again.