4 Reviews

I made this last night and just ate the leftovers over a bed of spinach. It was awesome and extremely healthy? to even go a step further, I substituted Plain Greek Yogurt for the mayo? you?d never know the difference! Thanks!

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BelmarNJmike August 16, 2013

This was an exceptionally delicious salad. Each bite had its own flavor sensation. The combination of chicken, sweet potato and celery was mind blowing and oh so pleasing. I may have overcooked the sweet potatoes so they melted in your mouth, so much the better. I used left-over roasted chicken. Made for ZWT5.

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threeovens May 29, 2009

Hot, hot, hot here and something easy and cool is in order. I really loved this salad and the wonderful combination of textures and flavors. I used fresh tarragon since it is growing rampant at the moment. As an experiment, half my chicken was grilled with a little cajun spice the rest poached with a little broth, garlic and pepper. Pattikay was right, the bit of spice was perfect with the other salad elements. That said, it did not work as well with the tarragon as the poached chicken. I did a half batch and got 2 1/2 servings. Stetched the left overs with some red peppers and left over fresh steam green beans, both of which worked well. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni July 29, 2007

This is a lovely salad - easy to put together, nice colors and a great flavor combination. I used a plain cooked chicken breast for this, but I think it would have been even better with some leftovers of spicy grilled chicken. I ate this at room temp, which I enjoyed. Thanks, Parsley!

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pattikay in L.A. July 18, 2007
Sweet Potato and Chicken Salad