Healthy goodness. I really loved the flavor combinations in this healthy dinner salad. The hot sauce (I used Frank's) played nicely off of the creamy/cool salad dressing. I used feta instead of blue cheese (due to an allery). Delicious, easy and healthy. Love it!
This is a great, quick recipe when made with leftover chicken like I did. I simply sliced some roast chicken and warmed it in a skillet with the hot sauce and a bit of oil. Then served as directed except w/ grated carrots. The dressing didn't taste low-fat; I will try adding non-fat yogurt to my usual blue-cheese dressing in the future!
Scrumptious lunch! I didn't have celery and used grated carrot instead of sliced. I can't wait to share it with dh. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
This is a lovely and very light salad. I saute'ed the chicken in oil and hot sauce and piled it high atop the salad to serve. This made a wonderful presentation. The dressing is very good, and you don't taste the low-fat in it. It tastes like a wonderful, full flavored dressing. I didn't use bacon bits as I had none, but sure wish I had as we feel they would go perfect with this recipe. Thanks for sharing. :)
Excellent, but not enough dressing for us. I tripled the dressing because this was a main dish for dinner. I left out the celery and carrots and went with the green onions only. I used chicken tenders and sauteed them in the oil and hot sauce and this worked out really well. Wonderful flavor in the chicken and the blue cheese dressing went great with the heat. Thanks Made for I Recommend.
I was looking for a lower fat Buffalo Chicken Salad and I do believe I've found it! I cut the salad ingredients in half and made the full amount of dressing. I used one large chicken breast (cut into bite-size pieces) and, with Maito's permission, cooked it in the recipe amount of oil with 2 T Frank's Red Hot. The sauce it makes is wonderful and spicy when adding it to the salad with the dressing. I loved it! Thanks for sharing this great salad recipe, Maito! **Made for PRMR**