Yuck. My whole family gagged
Love this recipe! It's perfect as is!:) but sometimes I will add half mayo and half miracle whip because I love them both! Salad seasoning gives it a nice touch also! But it's delicious just the way it is!:)
In addition to the grapes, I put granny smith apples in it. I call it my "Warldorf" salad served with toasted English muffins.... Delish!!!!!!
This was so good that hubby even declared it tasty! You know that's a winner when your other half speaks up. I used black grapes, walnuts and mayonnaise. Delicious!
This was delicious! Even my picky toddlers ate it! I used mayo instead of Miracle Whip and it turned out great!
Simple and so delicious! I made it for a baby shower I was hosting, and everyone raved about it. I didn't use nuts, and I was very liberal with the salt and pepper, but besides that, I stayed true to the recipe.
This recipe is fab! I was looking for a recipe to use up the remaining chicken from a Sunday roast, but it also had to be relatively low in calories and tasty. Boy did this recipe deliver! The first time I made it, I followed the recipe exactly, apart from the miracle whip as I couldn't find it over this side of the pond (England), so I substituted lighter than light Mayo instead. The second time round (as the first only lasted a few days...oops :op ) I added a couple of tablespoons of some mixed seeds - just as good as the first time! Thanks so much for posting this recipe, its now become a firm favorite for lunch time at work!
I know this doesn't need another 5 star rating, but I have to do it anyway. This was delicious served on crossiants. I added a bit of mayo to even out the sweetness a bit. Was delicious!
This was excellent. I used bell pepper instead of celery because that's what I had on hand, and I made it from memory and forgot the worcestershire sauce. I also added some cracked black pepper. Made delicious sandwiches on toasted white bread. Will be making again!
I usually do not eat miracle whip but the rest of my family loves it so I took a chance on this recipe. I used the optional cup of chopped pecans in the ingredient list (love pecans.) When I was done putting all of the ingredients together it looked good to me, but I knew my hubby would want the meat to be the main player and it seemed lost amongst the other ingredients in the bowl. I doubled the amount of chicken called for in the recipe and then also doubled the dressing ingredients (miracle whip, salt, and worcestshire sauce) so the salad would not be dry. I served it on croissants and did not tell my husband there were grapes in it (so he wouldn't complain before even trying it.) My entire family absolutely LOVED this recipe. I have never had a chicken salad sandwich from a restaurant that is this good! I will be bringing this to our next family function, for sure! Thanks sooo much!!