This recipe is fabulous! I substitute pecans for the walnuts. It is a perfect combination, with the honey mustard and grapes for sweetness, and the celery and nuts to balance it out. A real winner!!! Great on crackers...Wheat Thins are especially great with this.
Waldorf Chicken Salad
texantess Posted: 06/18/11
Addie03 Posted: 08/01/11
This the best tasting chicken waldorf salad that I have tried so far....French's honey mustard needs to be only 1/4 cup instead of the 1/2 cup...it was overpowering I think....other than that simply delicious!!!!!!
bjc123 Posted: 09/03/12
So easy. Great summer salad. Reduced the honey mustard to 1/4 cup and added another half an apple. Will be making this many times more. Excellent.
AnnetteCarter Posted: 01/26/13
I made this for work. Everybody loved it. I agree with only 1/4 cup of the mustard. I added a little more mayo to balance it out. I also used pecans instead of walnuts because I already had some. But it was delicious.
SnowyCheese Posted: 04/30/12
This is a simple yet delicious recipe. Made it twice already. My family loves it! It's going to be one of my go-to recipes for chicken salad.
itravel Posted: 10/05/13
Very good! Made my own chicken breast and served on romaine lettuce. Lettuce doesn't improve but stretches the calories a bit. Definitely would make again!
slocook1 Posted: 07/12/13
This sounded so good I had to make it for dinner tonight. Taking the advice of others I added some garlic and onion powders. I used coarse grain mustard and some honey, also I added a sliced green onion and a bit of cider vinegar. It was delicious and is on my make again list.
crjewel Posted: 01/12/14
I overall followed the recipe but I made this without toasting walnuts, peeled the apple and sprinkled it with lime juice, did not have grapes on hand, used 3 tablespoons of Dijon mustard with a heaping tablespoon of honey. As my daughter said, this was one banging chicken salad. Delish.