Chicken & Baby Kale Salad w/ Artichoke Heart Dressing


This is a very tasty lunch or dinner salad with baby kale and romaine lettuce and a myriad of  tastes and textures from the whole sugar snap peas, sliced almonds, crunchy carrots, savory succulent chicken a bit of heat from the Fresno chilies and one of my favorite and easiest to prepare creations: Creamy Artichoke Heart Salad Dressing. This dressing works well with any salad but is especially nice with this combination. This dish is high in fiber, heart-healthy and diabetic friendly and very nutritious.

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Chicken & Baby Kale Salad
w/ Artichoke Heart Dressing

Yield: 4 generous servings

2 baked free range chicken breasts cut in half and sliced
2 hearts of romaine chopped
5 oz. whole sugar snap peas
4 oz. julienne carrots
2 oz. mixed baby kale
4 tablespoons sliced raw almonds
2 Fresno chilies de-seed and julienne
 
ARTICHOKE HEART DRESSING:
1- 13.75 oz. can of artichoke hearts in water
1 cup of olive oil mayonnaise
1 tablespoon stevia
1 teaspoon lime juice
1 teaspoon dill weed
½ teaspoon salt

Mix romaine, baby kale and carrots in a salad bowl and portion onto 4 dinner plates. Top each with sugar snap peas, sliced almonds, chicken and Fresno chilies. Add all dressing ingredients into a blender and puree. Top salads with dressing and serve.

© 2012 Aron David Bradley
http://www.boomercuisine.com

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6 thoughts on “Chicken & Baby Kale Salad w/ Artichoke Heart Dressing

  1. What a success! Looks as if the cmnoumity garden participation was bountiful and worthwhile. Many meals of fresh veggies and fun cooking up new recipes also feels great to each things so fresh and organic that you grew YOURSELF!!! Bravo.

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