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The flavors in this salad blend so well together that it is hard for any one flavor to stand out. I used the left overs of a smoked chicken and added some grilled chicken to make up the full amount of chicken. Tripled the recipe to take to a church potluck and it was gone in minutes,with lots of requests for the recipe. Thank you for posting

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stevoph March 01, 2014

This was very good on a hot night. Tasted better the second day. I didn't have the coriander, so I left it out, I'll make sure to add it next time. Thanks!

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jandfsmom July 08, 2010

This salad was divine! Like Swiz58, I also used almonds instead of cashews - because that is what I had to hand. This will definitely become a standard for summer BBQs.

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Kiwi culinarian November 30, 2009

This was very good. I halved the recipe and used almonds instead of cashews (yum). I would make more dressing next time and most likely add more curry

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swiz58 November 24, 2008

I make this at least once a month now, often several times a week because it is just soooo good. I usually double the recipe just so I have enough to last for several days and I'm a single female with no children. It's just that good. You need that much for yourself. I have made it with and without the coriander because I ran out of it for awhile, but besides that I follow the recipe exactly.

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Camila W. October 05, 2008

Great recipe! I followed the recipe, except I cooked the chicken in the crockpot, so my chicken was more shredded than diced. Also, being frugal I used a bag of dried mixed fruit, which included the raisins and apricots, instead of buying 2 bags of dried fruit. Thanks!

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nicoleingermantown July 03, 2008

Thanks Marie Alice. I may this for a baby shower and everyone was asking who maid this salad. Flavor has outstanding. This recipe is definitely a keeper. The only variance I made was to use oven roasted chicken breast and pine nuts. I did not have cashews at hand. But next time. I will make it exactly the way given and am sure it will be even better

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psg1069 February 12, 2008

A wonderful recipe. Every member of the family ate it all up and it would be great as part of a celebration buffet. Many thanks.

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Kate in Katoomba October 24, 2006

Lovely recipe!I didn't have apricots or cashews; used toasted almonds instead. Wonderful taste combinations;thanks for sharing. Hi from Northern Ontario.

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Sage July 26, 2006

We thoroughly enjoyed this dish. I used some pre-cooked chicken strips to save time. Also, it went well with toasted pita bread triangles and hummus on the side.

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nenejkmd February 08, 2006
Company Chicken Pasta Salad