No ImageCurried Chicken Salad with Endive

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  1. Sara

    Gnarly Pepper has a mayo alternative by using their Like Mayo blend with plain greek yogurt. Super tasty — WAY less calories.

  2. Kenneth Andersen

    Any suggestion on some different fillings – im thinking smokey / glaced beef mince or perhaps another protein… duck maybe :)

  3. Bob Lidd

    Light, breezy, relatively inoffensive and quite boring. It needs more tang and quite a lot more curry. 2 out of 10.

  4. Amber

    Would Greek yogurt be an ok substitute for regular?

  5. Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living

    Love how light and pretty this appetizer is Elise, perfect for the holidays!

  6. susan

    How about a few pomegranate seeds sprinkled over these for color and flavor? Yes!

  7. Becky

    I would add some chopped pimentos to make it seasonal colors!

  8. Peter Salmon

    Elise, I think you have a typo — should it be 1 1 /3 lb (not 1 1/3 cup) of boneless, skinless, chicken breasts to end up with 3 cups diced chicken?

  9. ksi

    I wonder what would suit instead of the chicken in order to make these vegetarian?…

    • Irina

      I think making this salad recipe with steamed and diced or grated tempeh would work great as a vegetarian substitute!

    • Miki

      I’ve done these with just herbed-goat cheese and slices of dates.

    • Sandy S

      A local deli used to make a curried green peas that was delicious. My problem is finding California endive. I have been suggesting it or any specialty lettuces to 2 of the local big chain grocers for weeks with no real success. Very frustrating.

      • Deeli

        PS – I failed to mention to ‘wrap’ each portion in a leaf …

      • Deeli

        Although not the same type of vessel or flavor you could use a Butter lettuce leaf (aka Boston or Bibb) for each appetizer and the taste would be just as good … Even the most poorly stocked grocery stores generally carry it …

        • pc

          ksi, I was wondering the same thing, was thinking maybe crushed chickpeas (chickpea “tuna” consistency) or stir-fried tofu? There are a couple of faux frozen meats that would probably do well too

          • jdross

            Try mushrooms instead of chicken. Pom pom mushrooms would give it a lobster/crab flavour and texture. It would also emphasize the spices, they take on flavours of whatever they are cooked with in the dish. Keep in mind, they need to be cooked to get the nutritional content from them. Morels or oyster mushrooms would be very good as well.