Chicken Salad with mango avocado dressing

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This sweet and creamy dressing was created when Thai mangoes are in season. I thought it will work well with chicken.

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Here are the ingredients for the dressing.




olive oil

lemon juice



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Blend all ingredients until smooth and creamy. Feel free to adjust the amount of ingredients to your liking.

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For this recipe, I am using:

chicken breast




rosemary (1 sprig)



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Marinate chicken breast with salt and pepper. I am so used to steaming chicken and carrots with a sprig of rosemary that it has become my second nature. I love how the scent of the herb can infuse into the food like magic. The celery was kept raw to have a crunch in the overall texture of this dish. And the last step is to coat all ingredients evenly with the dressing and serve.

Oh yes, not forgetting a glass of white and perhaps some crusty bread plus more olive oil.

I hope you will like this recipe.

68 thoughts on “Chicken Salad with mango avocado dressing

  1. This is so well put together! Gorgeous photographs. I like the idea of steaming the carrots and chicken with rosemary. I’ll have to try that. And I do love chicken salad.

  2. wow danny… looks just delish..i love your take on chicken salad..i will have to give this a try…sorry i’ve been away for awhile, i’ve been moving..but your blog looks beautiful as ever…looking forward to catching up on all my reading…hope your weekend is well…sarah

    1. Sarah! I miss you! 🙂 You might not believe but you did appear in my mind after I publish this post. I was thinking you might just happen to stop by. I hope all is good on your moving. Thank you so much for creating this happy moment for me. Looking forward to hear from you again.

  3. Hi Danny! This looks wonderful and you’ve definitely inspired me so I’ll be making something similar. Yes, the white wine seems like a marvellous idea with this!

    1. Thank you for stopping by Genie. You are living in a paradise. I have been to New Zealand many years ago and I am longing to visit again. I am thinking you may use mango yoghurt for a replacement instead.

  4. It looks delicious Danny! all the ingredients you added are so good! I LOVE avocados and mangos of course! 🙂 beautiful pictures as always my friend! 🙂
    wish you a great week too!

    1. Thank you so much Ingrid. It is a healthy salad. I should make it more often with a mixture of other ingredients like sweet potatoes or maybe pineapple 🙂

  5. Such a stunning dish Danny!! You have such an artistic touch to your dishes and it’s very impressive…seriously fancy restaurant worthy dishes! That avocado mango sauce sounds amazing!

    1. Aw…thank you for the compliment Brandi. You are too kind. I am now suffocating from a hazy week here in Singapore with forest fire created by our neighbouring country…but you just light up my day 🙂

    1. Thanks Rebecca. I would say it goes very well with chicken and probably other steamed white meat. Yes I took the photos myself and you will be surprised that I took all of them using my iphone 4s with minimum touch ups in photoshop. 🙂

  6. I’m definitely making this salad this weekend. What a lovely combination of ingredient. I love how rich, yet refreshing this dressing is. What a great trick to steam the chicken and carrot with the rosemary. I’ve gotta try your trick when I make this dish. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thanks Amy. I am so glad you like it. I would say this is a healthy dish full of flavour and texture. Let me know how it worked for you. Can’t wait! 🙂

    1. Thanks Jean. Anytime when you can make it 🙂 And I would also love to hang out in your kitchen to see you creating those beautiful bento.

  7. Danny, i have returned from my internet vacation at exactly the right time as yesterday I bought 4 mangoes at the supermarket. I have been thinking of you and your food and promos over the last couple of months, and it’s good to be back online, making connections again. I hope you have been well.

    1. Gabriela, it is so great to hear from you. Same here. Every time I log in to my email or wordpress, I always hope to see your name appear. This time, it came true 🙂 Just to share a good news from here. Remember my Bruce Lee promo? It just garner another Promax World Gold in L.A. two days ago. Yay! Too bad my company refuse to send me there for the awards show…
      ……Singapore is badly hit by haze from a big forest fire in our neighboring country. It has reached a hazardous level and I happen to fall sick just before it happen. I am still recovering from the fever, cough, headache and flu due to the lack of fresh air.
      Sorry for the long update. I’m so happy that you are back and will be ‘seeing’ you again.
      Oh yes, I need to confess that I have mentioned you in my zucchini pasta post. Hope you don’t mind 🙂

      1. A HUGE congratulations for your Bruce Lee promo. It deserves it. I still show it to people!! I’m so sad to hear that they didn’t fly you to LA, and then worst luck you got ill. Sounds rough. As for mentioning me, no problemo – I love fame 😉

  8. Ooh Danny, What a fantasticly Amazing chicken salad! do colourful & rich in tasty flavours. Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmm! I can’t wait to make it! 🐓

  9. What a wonderful combination of fresh flavors! I wouldn’t have thought of pairing them before, but now I can easily imagine how well avocado and mango go together. Sounds perfectly summery, too!

  10. yummmmm… this salad has got me written all over it! delicious! 🙂
    mango, chicken and avocado – what more could one want?
    i’m so making this! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for the nice comment Bec. It is sweet for the summer and maybe winter on your side 🙂 If you try, do let me know how it worked for you.

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