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Easy and tasty. I love the sourcream and the grapes in it.

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YungB October 05, 2009

mmm...so good! I didn't put the grapes in, but just because I didn't have them, next time I'll use them! I used chopped walnuts. I used the suggestion of broiling them with bacon and I used swiss cheese! Also used fresh from the bakery onion rolls! Yum!

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LaurieL. August 21, 2009

I've been looking for this recipe for 20 years. It's a winner.

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Farmer Erin August 10, 2009

This was great. I made it for sandwiches (no grapes) and we ate it up. I used some leftover turkey that we had frozen last week. I added some fresh parsley, dried dill a a bit of garlic powder just cause we like a little more zing. I am sure we will make this again. In fact I was thinking about taking it to a church potluck next month. We added alfalfa sprouts for a great light summer sandwich.

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Margie99 June 24, 2009

I loved this recipe. I used it for a work party, and there wasn't a sandwich left. I used a cooked chicken from my local deli, and followed the directions to a T.

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Mishka 711 May 31, 2009

This was a great sandwich! I omitted the grapes and used sour dough bread. The hot version sounds good, I will try soon. Thanks for posting, Sharlene!

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Scoutie April 12, 2009

WOW! This is the best chicken salad I have ever had. I made these for my sisters baby shower and everyone really loved them!

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Holly Ann March 25, 2009

This was absolutely yummy. Served on slices of homeade bread I made yesterday. I did add just a tad more sugar than the recipe called for and instead of adding pecans (didn't have any) I added some dried cranberries and a few peanuts. I am really anxious to try the hot version of this also. Thanks for a really good chicken salad. Will definately make again and again. I usually always have some leftover chicken or turkey.

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Tess #2 February 23, 2009

Yum! Served these on some mini-croissants at a baby shower this weekend and they were delicious! It was a bit too creamy for me, so I added another cooked chicken breast which made it perfect. Also added more grapes. Definitely make a day ahead to let the flavors blend. I despise mayo and I thought this was really good when I tasted it the next day! Will defnitely make again!

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StacyMD187373 January 19, 2009

Made this to watch the Ohio Sate VS Texas in the Fiesta Bowl 2009. This is so easy! I have a old hand food grinder to make it like a turkey salad sandwich. I used turkey instead of chicken since it was left over from New Years Eve. I also used honey mustard instead of Dijon mustard!I also used white bread toasted. Chilled it in the frig for a 1/2 hour and away I went. Go Bucks!!!!

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Chef Mit That's Tim January 05, 2009
Marshall Field's Chicken Salad (With Sandwich Variations)