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Warm Chicken Sausage & Potato Salad

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This super simple bistro-style salad is substantial with potatoes, arugula and chicken sausage.



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"I was pleasantly surprised with this recipe! I'm not a huge mustard fan, but the dressing for this dish was just the right flavor to pair with the other ingredients. I used baby spinach instead of arugula and added red onion that I...
Warm Chicken Sausage & Potato Salad

22 Reviews for Warm Chicken Sausage & Potato Salad

01/25/2011
nobody cook that for me...

My mouth is watering now,seriously. I will force someone to cook this for me in the future.
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10/05/2010
Anonymous

I was pleasantly surprised with this recipe! I'm not a huge mustard fan, but the dressing for this dish was just the right flavor to pair with the other ingredients. I used baby spinach instead of arugula and added red onion that I cooked with the sausage... YUM! My husband said "this one's a keeper".

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10/03/2010

I used turkey kielbasa sausage... it tasted amazing!

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10/03/2010

This was excellent. I used spinach in lieu of arugula. I also found that there isn't enough greens (once they're blanched) in the recipe so I too doubled the amount of spinach. I also doubled the amount of olive oil to make it a tad more moist. Using the whole grain mustard gave the dish a great texture and made it look more sophisticated. Also, cut the potatoes into thin cross-wise slices so that the dressing covers more of the potatoes and the dish will taste more even and moister. The flavor was fantastic.

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09/28/2010
Anonymous

I substitute smoked turkey sausage and use spinach instead of arugula.

This recipe is fast and easy. Perfect when you don't have a lot of time to cook.

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