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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 6
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 55.5
  • Total Fat: 4.5 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 32.6 mg
  • Total Carbs: 3.3 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.2 g
  • Protein: 0.3 g

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Donna's Copycat Fuji Apple Chicken Salad Dressing

Submitted by: DONNAINHOUSTON
Donna's Copycat Fuji Apple Chicken Salad Dressing

Introduction

A copy cat recipe to the highly processed version of Panera's Fuji Apple Chicken Salad Dressing.

Serve on a salad of Romain, red onion, tomato, pecans, dried apple chips and Gorgonzola cheese. The sweet and savory flavors are awesome!
A copy cat recipe to the highly processed version of Panera's Fuji Apple Chicken Salad Dressing.

Serve on a salad of Romain, red onion, tomato, pecans, dried apple chips and Gorgonzola cheese. The sweet and savory flavors are awesome!

Number of Servings: 6

Ingredients

    2 T. Olive Oil
    1 T. White Balsamic Vinegar
    1 T. Apple Cider Vinegar
    1 T. Garlic Powder
    1 T. Onion Powder
    1 1/2 t. Dijon Mustard
    3 T. Organic Frozen Applejuice Concentrate

Directions

Whisk ingredients together.






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  • Very Good
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    I have not tasted Panera's dressing but, loved it despite cutting the Olive oil down to 3 tbspns! Love the fact that there is not much sodium.....thanks. - 5/30/09

    Reply from DONNAINHOUSTON (7/28/09)
    Hey, thanks for the note! I typo'd the Olive oil! It's corrected now -- I used just 2 T.


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  • Skip the Dijon mustard, also add 1/2 cup10X powdered sugar, blend and refridgerate to get the true flavor of Panera's. For true color, all ingrediants must be white or clear. I' m guessing Donna's "T'" means teaspoon? not tablespoon. Teaspoon is Tsp. And Tablespoon is Tbsp., in most recipes. - 10/5/14

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  • It just occurred to me that if Panera refrigerates their dressing, the oils in the dressing will "freeze" and olive oil will turn a light yellow color. This could explain why Panera's dressing is lighter than how this recipe comes out. Just a thought. - 1/10/14

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  • My final proportions were:

    7tbsp apple juice concentrate
    3tbsp extra virgin olive oil
    1tsp onion powder
    1tsp garlic powder
    2tbsp white balsamic vinegar
    2tbsp apple cider vinegar (used Bragg's raw organic)
    *no dijon (didn't have any)

    This turned out really well! - 10/28/13

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  • Very good! Thank you! - 10/27/13

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  • Can I use fresh apple cider instead of apple juice? Any idea on how to make the apple chips so crunchy? - 10/2/13

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  • This dressing is so good and very easy to put together. My whole family loved it on grilled chicken salad. I will definitely make sure I always have this in my fridge! - 2/28/13

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  • This recipe is amazing! I modified the suggested contents of garlic and onion powder (using only 1/2 tbsp each). Other than that, followed it to a tee and it is tastes great. - 2/25/12

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  • The fat grams should be 28 (14 per Tbsp olive oil) - 11/7/11

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  • Awesome recipe. Very similar to panera. My family loved it! - 8/10/11

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  • Panera's dressing is white, my dressing was very yellow and did not taste similar. Am I doing something wrong?!? - 7/24/11

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  • I have made this about 20 times, love it. - 7/25/10

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  • Hubs has been requesting this for a few weeks. He's hooked on Panera Fuji Apple salad. This recipe is almost an exact match he says, except a bit too oily. - 5/26/09

    Reply from DONNAINHOUSTON (7/28/09)
    Yeah, sorry about that... had a typo in the recipe. It should have been 2 tablespoons!


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