Grilled Chicken Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + marinating Grill: 10 min.
Made a trip to my local fruit farm for fresh blueberries for this salad. Made a quick blueberry preserve with some of them for the dressing. Used feta instead of goat cheese. Next time I will add some toasted walnuts.
Ahh-Mazing!! I left out the maple syrup in the dressing - honestly kind of forgot - and I don't think I'll use it next time because it was SO GOOD! My boyfriend and I are trying to figure out what else we can put the dressing on! LOL!
Replaced goat cheese with Feta.
I used the vinaigrette on some mixed greens, sliced red onion, and sliced Persian cucumbers as a side salad. I didn't have goat cheese so I used feta. The vinaigrette is delicious!!!
Great recipe! Made it as written except used fresh mandarin oranges. Very unique flavors. Will make this again. May try different fruits and preserves for variety. Joyce Moynihan, Volunteer Field Editor, TOH.
Very good. I made it with strawberries instead of mandarin oranges and my husband thought it was great.
Very attractive dish. I was afraid of all the sweet so I cut the preserves and the balsamic in half.
This salad is great! The vinaigrette was very thick, but a little extra oil took care of it. I may even try a raspberry vinaigrette using the same recipe. It was delicious, and I'll definitely be making it again!
Delicious, colorful and unique with the blueberry vinaigrette. Have included this in our rotation of summer salads. Oh, I added thinly sliced red onion which we felt complemented the blend of flavors.
Another marvelous dinner from S&D! I used purchased fajita-seasoned cooked chicken strips and omitted the cheese. I nearly added pistachios and sliced green onions, but I was afraid they'd clash with the dressing. And after taking a few bites I'm glad I left out the extras. My husband, who's just OK with having salad as a meal (it better not happen often!) and is suspicious of any dressing but Thousand Island, raved about it. Thank you, Susan, for sharing the recipe.