Submitted by Marilyn Braunger
|1 c. chopped chicken
||1 c. chopped celery
|1 c. grapes, halved
||1/3 c. toasted pecans
|½ tsp. salt
||2/3 c. Pace Picante Sauce (Mild)
|½ c. mayonnaise
||1 tbsp honey
|¼ c. green onions
- Mix together the chicken, celery, grapes, salt, & pecans.
- Separately, mix together the Pace, honey, mayonnaise, & green onions.
- Combine both mixes together.
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