This was good! My only complaint is that there was not enough dressing. However it could have been my fault. I marinated the cooked chicken in the marinade overnight so perhaps the chicken absorbed some of the dressing, but it was delicious! Made for healthy choices tag game 2013
These are perfect as a full meal as well as appetizers. We just make more of them! I use Simply Fruit raspberry preserves to cut back on sugar and I like the taste better. If I don't have Simply Fruit on hand, I just smash more raspberries and that works perfectly. I love the freshness of it. I sometimes make sweet potato dollars as a side and some steamed broccoli or grilled asparagus with this and it's a great meal. I don't change this recipe in any other way. Like I said, it is perfect. BTW- it IS a wrap, not a salad, but I guess you could turn it into a salad, but it really does just knock your socks off as a different sort of lettuce wrap than the usual.
I thought these turned out great. They are much different that I was expecting, but it turned out to be a nice light tasty summer meal. I was a little confused. All the reviews had it as a salad, but the recipe title had it as lettuce wraps, so I went with the lettuce wraps. We added a little white rice to each wrap, and I think next time I may add some slivered almonds. I really liked the dressing.
A very nice quick salad. I ended up forgoing the chicken so I could make a vegetarian side salad and halved the recipe to make a better serving for two people--it was still absolutely perfect. I loved the taste that the dijon and white wine vinegar add to it. A lovely spring/summer salad that is definitely worth a try!
Really enjoyed the combination of flavors from the raspberries & mustard here ~ VERY, VERY NICE ~ & so easy to prepare! thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed as a kidnapped recipe in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #16]
Beautiful salad that is to the table in 15 minutes; I loved the raspberry dijon vinaigrette - I did use raspberry vinegar in place of white wine vinegar. I used frozen berries, then added the warm chicken to the mixture, it worked perfectly. Truly divine! I served over mixed greens. Made for PAC Spring 2008.
The supermarket was out of fresh berries so I resorted to flash frozen and it worked out quite well. I did not mix in the berries and scallions but used them to top off the salad. The three of us give it a five-star all the way. Made for the Beverage Tag. TFS a good luncheon salad.