Curry Chicken, Apple & Raisin Salad: From “Complete Curry Cookbook” by Byron Ayanoglu & Jennifer MacKenzie

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Preparation Time 15 minutes Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 6 Cost Per Serving $1.59
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3 cupsCooked Chicken, shredded or chopped
1Tart Apple, diced
1Green Onion, sliced
1/3 cupRaisins
1 tspCurry Powder or Masala Blend
¼ tspGround Cumin
1 tbspFreshly Squeezed Lemon or Lime Juice
2 tspHoney
1/3 cupYogurt
1/3 cupMayonnaise
6Tortilla or Lettuce Wraps
½ tspSea Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper


  1. In a bowl, whisk together lemon juice, curry powder and cumin until blended. Whisk in mayonnaise, yogurt and honey (The dressing can be used immediately or covered and refrigerated for up to 2 days.)
  2. Add apple, green onion, chicken and raisins to dressing and toss to coat. Season to taste. Add about ½ cup of the salad to a wrap, roll up and serve. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate for up to 8 hours.


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