Very tasty and quick salad! I had a leftover grilled chicken breast so used that and this came together in a flash. Just enough kick, great with the lime. I left out the onions and used a red bell pepper. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2012 event, recommended by Chicagoland Chef du Jour
This was very flavorful. Like others, I had never cooked a cucumber before and wasn't sure how I would like it. It was surprisingly wonderful! I loved the level of spice and the fact that I didn't have to use a dressing on my salad (just the juices). Thank you for an interesting and flavorful recipe.
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Thai food.... This is outstanding. I made as written. I would not change a thing. I did use serrano pepper. I served it over iceberg lettuce, which I think is absolutely perfect. One problem though, it only fed 3 of us! We gobbled it up so fast, I didn't get a photo. :-( Next time I will double the recipe. Thanks a bunch for a tasty recipe VIcki J Cook-A-Thon, RIP friend.
Easy, delicious recipe! I've never before cooked a cucumber, but it was wonderful! I substituted: 1)crushed red pepper flakes for the jalepeno, 2)Thai cooking sauce for the soy sauce (accidentially), 3) left out the black pepper. This will be added to our "Make Again" file. Thanks for posting!
This was a really neat recipe. Unusual, but delicious. I did everything as written except I didn't have green onion, so I sauted a little regular onion with the jalapeno. I think we will use the leftovers over rice.
Very good chicken salad. The chicken was so moist and tender. The cucumber being heated was very different, but good in the salad. Served with Thai Cabbage.
wow, low fat, low carb, low sugar, and fantastic flavour!! what more could I ask!! This is a wonderful salad, especially love the lime soy combination. Delicious. I will be making this one again often, thanks for posting!