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Mâche & Chicken Salad with Honey-Tahini Dressing

March/April 2009

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In this salad, mâche is tossed with spring ingredients—new red-skinned potatoes and fresh peas—and a lemony tahini dressing and chicken.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This salad was wonderful. I was a little worried b/c I didn't have enough lemons to do fresh squeezed juice for the dressing and had to use bottled lemon juice instead. It turned out great though! YUMMY! And my kids ate it too! "
Mâche & Chicken Salad with Honey-Tahini Dressing

6 Reviews for Mâche & Chicken Salad with Honey-Tahini Dressing

07/23/2012

Salad was wonderful, nice change up to the usual salad lunch. I was worried my husband wouldn't like it but it is his new favorite salad for lunch! I poached the chicken in broth and herbs instead, and added cherry tomatoes for some color.

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01/19/2012
Amazing main course salad

My boyfriend thinks EatingWell hit it out of the park with this recipe. Great flavors! Everything worked really well together. It's great with mâche, but we substituted spinach once and it was still delicious.

delicious, satisfying
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07/29/2010
Anonymous

This salad was wonderful. I was a little worried b/c I didn't have enough lemons to do fresh squeezed juice for the dressing and had to use bottled lemon juice instead. It turned out great though! YUMMY! And my kids ate it too!

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05/30/2010

This recipe was tasty. The dressing is different from your typical salad dressing. If you like hummus, you will like this salad. When completed, it's a mixture of warm and cold. However, the various elements (i.e. chicken, potatoes) can be prepared ahead of time and chilled for a completely cold salad. Definitely a keeper.

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

This salad and dressing had a wonderful flavor! I never thought of putting potatoes in a salad, we all really liked it!

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