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Made this for a family birthday party and it turned out wonderful! I brought left overs to work and they dissappeared very quickly. I gave the recipe to 2 co-workers. I made the recipe exactly as written except my grocery store didn't have snow peas so I used frozen sugar snap. Still wonderful. I cooked the chicken in a little sesame oil, garlic and lemon juice. I'll definitely make it again in the future, but maybe next time around add a little fresh grated ginger to kick it up a little. Thanks for posting this recipe! Saeriu

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Saeriu May 24, 2010

I made this on a cold night. I think I would have LOVED it if I'd had it on a warm summer evening. In any case, I give it 5 stars because it is delicious, easy to make ahead, and nutritious. I might not use all the dressing next time. It would have been a little lighter otherwise. I made it with a combination of brown rice and wild rice, and used frozen peapods.

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Julie F January 30, 2007

I made this to use up some leftover turkey from Thanksgiving as well as some leftover brown/wild rice from another meal. Outstanding! I didn't add the water chestnuts as I'm not a big fan and I used unthawed frozen peas instead of the snow peas but it was still good. It made enough for my husband and myself to have for supper with rye bread and an extra serving for my lunch the next day. Another great way to use up leftovers!

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Irmgard October 20, 2006
Asian-Style Wild Rice and Chicken or Turkey Salad