Great recipe. So easy to make and it was delicious. You get just a hint of sweetness with the honey. It's perfect. I served it over a bed of greens.
I used 1 cooked chicken breast and half the remaining ingredients, slicing the celery with my mandoline. I loved the addition of honey and served it on bakery deli-rye. Thanks for posting Jean. Made for Pick A Chef Spring 2011.
While making this recipe I actually confused it with another I had read just before choosing to do this one, and I accidentally squeezed in half a lemon before realising "Woops! The lemon was for the other recipe!" But other than that slight mistake, I think this salad is wonderful :-) For my taste-testing anyway lol, it's still in the fridge resting for a couple hours before I serve it for lunch! But I'm sure my guests will all agree ;)
Ready to make this again, it was delicious -- loved the honey accent, especially with honey-wheat bread -- but 1/4 cup of mayonnaise was enough. This made 3 LARGE sandwiches. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Chef Jean. Made for Please Review My Recipe.
Finally- homemade chicken salad that I love! I crave a good chicken salad sandwich every once in a while, but am never happy with my result. Scaled this recipe down considerably using one very large chicken breast that I'd baked earlier then left in the fridge. Used my handy-dandy food processor to mince the celery, the onion and finally the chicken separately, then combined all items with a mixture of miracle whip/mayo, drizzle of honey and salt. Super duper tasty...just right sweetness and lovely on a toasted english muffin. Will be a staple in our house!
This simple chicken salad recipe was delicious. I followed the recipe, but used Lite mayo and miracle whip and a little cayenne pepper to spice it up. Everybody gobbled it up! Thanks.
Love how simple and quick this was. Found the honey was too much will leave out next time and maybe try adding just a very small amount of onion. So yes will make aging just with out the honey. Thanks for the post.
Simplicity at its best! If you want a non-frou-frou chicken salad, this is for you. I love just the tiniest bit of sweetness that the honey adds. Thanks for posting Chef Jean! Made for PRMR tag game.
This chicken salad is lovely, perhaps a bit sweet for my taste buds--but that's simply personal preference. I might add dried cranberries or sour cherries the next time to add a bit of tartness. I liked it!
The bit of honey does make a difference! Thanks Jean, for posting. Roxygirl