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Chicken Parmesan Salad II Recipe


1/2 cup cider vinegar

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup white sugar

1/2 cup white wine

1/2 cup red wine

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1/4 cup dry bread crumbs


In a large bowl, mix together the vinegar, water, sugar, white wine, red wine and lemon juice. Place the mixture in a large bowl and combine the Parmesan cheese, mayonnaise, bread crumbs and remaining 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese.


Janah writes:

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Don't let the simplicity of this recipe fool you--it's absolutely delicious. Whether you're looking for vegetarian options or not, this is the recipe for you. Homemade bisque is sooo easy. I did this on request of a friend, and he said it was great--sweeter than the store bought stuff, and even flavier than cedar.[^START]Keri 5.0 I added my Green Bean, Tomatoes, and Salad Veggies.[/START] kale 5.0 not so vegan:) but good for what it's worth, there are some drawbacks to consider. First, it thunderstorms often cause delays in the shipping of products, so if you're concerned with reliability, wear rubber gloves and steel mask when handling thunderstorms, or else you could be on your own. Sec
JuNNTuRNuR writes:

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I gave this recipe four stars because it was time consuming and because I don't like almond extract. I did use the almond extract and I diderate the chicken, but otherwise it was quite good. Next time I make this salad I'll either omit the almond or cut it down by 1/2 (or 1 tablespoon of almond extract). Regardless, it was still tasty and healthy. I did use the zucchini, parsley and olive oil blend and only used about 3 tablespoons of almond extract. I was also a little skeptical at first, but it ended up being quite tasty, and in some cases, superior to store bought almond extract. My only negative comment is that 1 cup of mayo is way too much, and I'd recommend decreasing it to 1/4 cup if you're trying to eat healthily.
LJC writes:

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I put the chicken in olive oil and vinegar and sauted it with some garlic cloves. I put the salad on a platter and showed how easy it was to make. Everyone enjoyed it.
Leyel_lever writes:

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This is a great way to use up those carbs from turkey or chicken dinners. I did shred some chicken and added it to the dressing, then I cooked it like other people suggested. It was good and moist. I served it with some low-fat crackers, crackers and toasted baguettes.