Orange-Walnut Salad with Chicken

March/April 2011

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Orange segments, toasted walnuts and tangy goat cheese brighten up this simple salad. Try this salad for a take-along lunch. To keep the salad greens from getting soggy, pack the greens, salad toppings and dressing in separate containers and toss them together just before eating.

Orange-Walnut Salad with Chicken

2 Reviews for Orange-Walnut Salad with Chicken

Refreshing and easy

Really good weeknight dinner. Used pulled rotisserie chicken heated up in a small amount of olive oil. Roasted the walnuts in a saute pan with salt and pepper (a trick I learned working in a restaurant). Everything else, to the recipe. Will make again throughout the summer.

Quick to put together, flavorful
Made without chicken

I made this as a side salad so did not add chicken. It was good, easy to make, and my 20 year old son really liked it. I felt it was a bit lacking in flavor but still enjoyable. I went easy on the salt but probably should have added full amount. I would suggest.adding another tblsp of roasted walnuts to help with flavor and crunchy factor.

Light, healthy
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 7 weeks ago

It's good, but I'm pretty

It's good, but I'm pretty sure 1/3 Cup of walnut oil is a mistake. I reduced it to 1 Tbsp once I started adding up the calories.

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