Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Chicken Caesar Salad
It's been a hectic day here and I haven't had time to post today but I'd like to link you to the gals at some of my favorite blogs. Check out the wonderful salad recipes they've shared today. There are lots of apple salad ideas there to fill the Applemania! post today
This one is a favorite on busy days. As I'm typing the post I'm thinking that apples might be a nice addition to this zesty salad. As always, use fresh whole foods, free range and/or organic if you can find them.
2 heads romaine lettuce - chopped
1 lemon - juiced
2 cloves garlic - minced
1/4 cup EVOO
grilled chicken breasts - cubed
Coat large bowl with EVOO. Add lettuce and garlic. Add lemon juice to taste. Sprinkle generously with Parmesan cheese. Add croutons and toss.
Serve with a portion of chicken on top.
We use this recipe when we're in a hurry. It's filling and quick to put together. The chicken can be prepared ahead of time and stored short term in the fridge or frozen.
Pondered by Sharon Wallace at 9:10 PM
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