By *Parsley* on July 15, 2006
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"Sweet and tart. Great in the summer w/ grilled pork."
Serving Size: 1 (96 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Perfect! I halved the recipe and used Splenda, dijon mustard (not the grainy kind) and 1 T light mayo. Salt *really* brought out the flavors in this dish. I had some of it on a FlatOut wrap with tuna and it was great (although I will dice smaller if I do that again) and I had some plain and that was great too. I will definitely make this again. I had everything I needed in the house, and it was inexpensive and versatile."
"This is very yummy. I did half the recipe and used a granny smith apple. I used reduced fat mayonnaise. I used grainy dijon mustard. Thanks Parsley :) Made for Market tag"
"Simple and delicious. 1/8 c mayo was plenty. I used 1 packet splenda instaed of sugar."
"This is an awesome reciepe, used the new Hellmenns canloa mayo & Granny Smiths apples. Had this with a pork roast, they really complimented each other. Definately a keeper!!!"
"This has a nice fresh taste. The dressing is very light and refreshing. I did not have the tarragon so I used savory and omitted the salt. DH said he would prefer a higher apple to celery ratio. This was served on a bed of baby arugula."
"This really hit the spot tonight. I used plain fat free yogurt in place of the mayo and mustard and 1 tsp of Splenda for the sugar. I discovered that my tarragon was among the things now buried in the garage. I thought after dinner that some mint would be nice in this. I have half left and will add some to that. I agree that raisins would be a good addition but then the sugars would climb. I didn't feel that any salt was needed. This was perfect for a summer sandwich meal. It was creamy, crunchy and refreshing."
"Made this exacly as written and was excited for a one point dish. I have to admit it was rather bland. But I do think the addition of craisins or raisins or something would livin it up a bit, sad for me though u would have to increase the point value. I really wanted to love it as written.Thanx for posting."
"We really liked the slightly acidic taste the cider vinegar added to the dish. We used spicy tart apples straight from the tree with a mix of Dukes mayo and fat free mayo. This was delicious. I added leftover roasted chicken breast and craisins to some of it, and that was wonderful, too."