Chicken, Red Potato, and Green Bean Salad

  • Erica8 Posted: 07/23/10
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    Though I was disappointed in this recipe before, after reading several positive reviews I thought I would try it again. Unfortunately, it was even worse than I remembered. The flavor combination was simply not appealing at all, and I ended up throwing it away. A big waste and a big disappointment.

  • Skippytracer Posted: 07/31/09
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    I wasn't crazy about this recipe. We've made a nicoise salad with grilled tuna that has similar flavors but which I like much better. I'll be sticking with that recipe in the future.

  • moeteddy Posted: 02/01/09
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    This was good. I added a few sliced mushrooms and I used Romaine lettuce. Very good.

  • tbrown1025 Posted: 03/17/09
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    This was a wonderful salad! It made a great date meal for the hubby and I -- would be perfect with feta cheese. The dressing was nice as well -- I let ours cool in the fridge as I'm a fan of cold dressing rather than room temp.

  • cctate Posted: 05/06/09
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    Becareful not to overcook the potatoes. I think next time I'd cook them separate from the green beans.

  • Swenfenn Posted: 04/29/09
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    Made this for dinner last night - great recipe! Used cilantro instead of parsley and it was wonderful and very fresh tasting. Will definitely make it again, and will try different variations.

  • lizencarn Posted: 03/27/11
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    Interesting cross between leafy greens and potato salad. Last-minute dinner guest was somewhat apprehensive at first, but grabbed a large 2nd helping after tasting this tangy salad and even asked for the recipe! A little unusual, but definitely worth a try!

  • CookingLady Posted: 06/14/11
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    This was delicious, my whole family loved it. Very light and fresh. Next time I would double the dressing to have a little more, it was yummy. I used dried parsley because I did not have fresh, and I cooked the green beans separately, while the potatoes were cooling so that I could get both vegetables cooked perfectly. My potatoes took close to 20 mins and I didn't want mushy green beans. Lastly, I only used 3/4 of the lettuce for my family of 4. That was enough!

  • Marycate Posted: 05/25/11
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    I loved it. I may try to add more green beans next time. The salad dressing was light and tangy. I did not immediately mix all the potato/bean mixture with the greens so I could eat the next day. It did take only 30 minutes to make.


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