First time I've seen this made with honey mustard. It over powered the other more delicate flavors Will go back to my old recipe using yogurt, mayo and lemon juice
This recipe lacks some "oomph" and needs slice green onion and a sprinkle of garlic powder and cayenne. Halve pitas and line with lettuce, then fill with chicken salad. Great Summertime dinner and refreshing. I add golden raisins and, since I have access to Vidalia sweet onions, I use them in place of green onion. You could also use 1015s. Either red or green seedless grapes but I use a combination because it looks pretty - LOL!
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!!!!!!
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.