We loved this. Made it with the leftover Thanksgiving honey glazed ham. Did double the dressing and used almost all of it. Left out the raisins because hubby doesn't care for them. Would definitely make again!
I'm trying to get my husband into eating more veg in his diet since he is very fussy and will miss it out if it's in large pieces. Thankfully Asda does something called Broccoli Rice which is very finely cut broccoli that it's almost like couscous so there was no chance of him avoiding eating it. :D I'll be doubling the amount of herbs and seasoning though as he reckoned it was a bit flavourless! But that could've been because the mustard was overpowering everything else so I'll use half the amount of mustard next time.
Great Tasted great. I didn't include the raisins, onions, yogurt, or sour cream. I needed a little extra sauce but it tasted great, far better than expected.
Pleasantly surprised! I was pleasantly surprised by this salad! I'm not usually into mayonnaise-based sauces, but there's so many other delicious ingredients in the sauce, that you don't even notice the mayo. I used dill in mine, and it gave it sort of a mediterranean taste. And the raisins give a perfect amount of sweetness! It's a hearty dish, but it doesn't make you feel heavy when you're through eating. I did feel there was a little something missing the first time I ate it, so the second time I added a sprinkle of sunflower seeds, and it gives it a perfect crunch! Pros: Perfect for lunch, quick to make
Could be improved slightly This recipe is delicious. I made it with a couple of modifications, though. First, the raisins are unnecessary. Dried fruit (not fresh) is mostly sugar and should be avoided by most dieters. Second, I left out the honey from the dressing. I'm a low-carb person, and it's interesting that once you remove all sugar from your diet, you lose a taste for sweets. Pros: Tasty and lots of protein Cons: Raisins and honey