Buffalo Chicken Salad

  • EmmaLee75 Posted: 03/30/13
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    Easy and quick breading. The dressing was tasty and simple - I may never buy blue cheese dressing in a bottle again. Good serving size. Will definitely make this again.

  • magyargirl Posted: 04/22/13
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    This was delicious , just like in a restaurant. It was also easy to make. I used our own salad dressing, instead of making the blue cheese dressing. Served it with fresh crusty French bread. Will definitely make it again.

  • CW1979 Posted: 04/18/13
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    I made this specifically for my husband who loves buffalo wings. This salad was great for me as I like mildly spiced wings, not hot. The crispiness of the chicken was great and the blue cheese dressing was great. I used Cholula hot sauce. Definitely will be making this again.

  • Ace2Run Posted: 03/17/13
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    This recipe is delicious! I could not find the garam Marsala at our local grocery store do I had to look online how to make a substitute. A little bit of kick, but not too spicy and topped off with the cilantro made this a new staple at our house.

  • booclarendon Posted: 03/19/13
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    So good & easy to make. I made a gluten free version though..used coconut flour instead of regular flour. I melted & mixed 5 tlbls. franks buffalo chicken hot sauce with 4 tbsp of butter plus 1 tbls of vinegar in a small sauce pan. Stirred it all up & dipped the chicken pieces in the sauce to coat. Served it with a salad. So good!

  • MaryEliz Posted: 06/08/13
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    Tasty dish that my husband, college-age son and I all liked. Like another reviewer, more veggies were added such as tomatoes, cucumbers and celery for some crunch. None of us like bleu cheese so we had with a low-cal ranch dressing. I take the star ratings at face value so three stars is just what it says: A good solid recipe that I will make again. I'm stingy with the five star reviews lest they lose their impact.

  • KathrynNC Posted: 06/04/13
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    I purchased chicken tenderloins instead of cutting up chicken breasts to save on time (trimmed off any fat). We doubled the recipe and the amount of egg/milk and flour was sufficient for 2 lbs of tenderloins. Made as stated above but added a lot more toppings to help make it a more filling meal instead of the suggested bread. We added shredded squash, thinly sliced cucumbers (mandolin), halved grape tomatoes, very thinly sliced (mandolin) red onion, half of a chopped hard boiled egg, half a piece of crumbed apple wood smoked bacon, and 1 T of crumbled blue cheese on top of each salad. This will definitely increase the calorie count to about 600 (depending on how much dressing you like) but it's still overall about the same as using bread with the salad, much more satisfying, and less calories you would ever find in a restaurant version!

  • RachelLinn13 Posted: 03/16/14
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    This was awesome! Instead of breading the chicken I threw it in the crockpot with 1/2 cup of buffalo sauce and let it cook for 4 hours! Turned out great!

  • gidget265 Posted: 09/10/13
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    LOVED THIS! Next time, however, I'm going to bake the chicken breast and save the oil and flour calories... There are going to be many many next times!!!!

  • gr8cooker Posted: 07/01/14
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    really good. i did a mash up of eating well and cooking light recipes. less butter (just 1 T) no milk/egg wash, just flour/salt/pepper. and to save time I used Annie's cowgirl ranch. great summer weeknight dinner

  • BarbSueH Posted: 05/31/14
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    This was easy to make and delicious. I made a salad more to my liking and we just cut up the chicken and put it on top of the salad. I'm making it again tonight. I made the blue cheese dressing and it was delicious and I'm making out again tonight too.

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