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Substituted Greek for plain yogurt and used 4 large pressed garlic cloves. Served with pita bread and Greek Walnut Honey Cake (Greek Honey Walnut Cake). Very flavorful. Made 6 overstuffed pitas.

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SonnyHavens February 26, 2015

domestic angel made this for zwt9 Greece it was deliciously simple with all ingredients on hand...great flavor..tastes even better the next day as it made a lot for two people .it will be great to use with multi grain wraps as well..thanks for the great recipe paula

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domestic angel August 04, 2013

I haven't even refrigerated this yet, but it tastes delicious! I halved the recipe & left out the olives. Thank you!!! Going to stuff this salad in some homemade pocket pitas...Can't wait for dinner tonight:)

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MerelyMarie August 22, 2011

Wow! This one is a definite keeper. I loved it, DH liked it. We grilled the chicken breasts on the BBQ before chopping them up. I used a little extra kalamata in order to finish off the jar. I used three huge garlic cloves (i love garlic), which really came through in the salad (and on my breath!). I loved all the combinations of flavors. I liked this recipe especially because it uses more Greek yogurt (which I typically have on hand) than mayo (which I have a bit of an aversion to in large quantities). Chilled the salad for 2 hours and then served in pita pockets for lunch. I will definitely make this recipe again. Thanks, Paula! Made for ZWT6.

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Dr. Jenny June 13, 2010

This was really fresh and delicious. I thought it was going to be just okay and I wondered what about the salt and pepper? No problem. The feta cheese makes it salty enough. Made for ZWT 6.

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threeovens June 12, 2010

delicious! so different from the other chicken salads on the site. I dropped the olives and added sweet red and yellow peppers instead. ate it stuffed in a pizza and it was really good. thanks for posting!

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Mizzy May 10, 2009

This salad is WONDERFUL!!! I made it 24 hrs ahead of time so did not include tomatoes and olives and added a bit of lemon juice and black pepper. I served it 2 ways and both were fantastic! For half, I served over a bed of baby spinach w/ tomato, olives, red onion w/ pita chips and crackers . For the other half, I heated the salad (to mimic souvlaki w/ tzatziki) in the microwave, served over hot flat bread and topped w/ baby spinach leaves, tomato, and red onion w/ greek potatoes. My point is-this salad is great hot or cold! So fast, easy, w/ lots of flavor! Thank you so much for a great recipe!!!

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Mrs.Jack August 11, 2008

This is a lovely and flavorful chicken salad. I left out the tomato for my son's sake and added a splash of lemon juice. Everyone enjoyed it. Tasted light and refreshing. Thanks for sharing!

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pattikay in L.A. June 15, 2008

I had this as my lunch today with two slices of wholemeal bread and enjoyed it a great deal. I used fat free greek yogurt (seemed to fit the theme), fat free mayo and reduced fat feta. It ended up being a low fat but really indulgent feeling dish. Yummy. Made for ZWT4.

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Sarah_Jayne June 12, 2008

Fabulous salad - loved the dressing made with reduced fat mayonnaise and yoghurt. What a tasty and healthy meal - made for ZWT 4.

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katew June 11, 2008
Greek Chicken Salad