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Grilled Chicken Salad with a Fresh Strawberry Dressing

Spring 2003, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Balsamic vinegar, strawberries and black pepper are a classic Italian trio: spicy and sweet, refined and earthy. Here they combine in a delicious dinner salad, topped with grilled chicken and toasted almonds. This dressing is also great on a salad of arugula, goat cheese and pecans.



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"The strawberry dressing is a great standalone dressing for many other salads. I altered the recipe using asparagus, snow peas and green beans. After blanching, I put the veggies on the grill and gave then a little char as well as the...
Grilled Chicken Salad with a Fresh Strawberry Dressing Recipe

2 Reviews for Grilled Chicken Salad with a Fresh Strawberry Dressing

06/11/2011
Perfect for a hot summer day

Our cooking group made this for lunch and loved it! (Would be fine for an evening meal tool) Filling put not heavy. Great for a hot summer day. Used my steaming cookware to blanch the veggies. Filled bottom pan with water and lowered top container with 1/3 of veggies at time into the water. Made it easy.

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 2 weeks ago

I loved this strawberry

I loved this strawberry dressing! I thought it was really good especially on grilled chicken! I will add less pepper next time though. I felt they added to much pepper for me maybe other people would like more!

09/12/2009
Anonymous

The strawberry dressing is a great standalone dressing for many other salads. I altered the recipe using asparagus, snow peas and green beans. After blanching, I put the veggies on the grill and gave then a little char as well as the smokey flavor. Grilled the chicken, too. I've made the meal three time this summer. It keeps getting better.

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