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Table Charlotte- Recipes for the Week

Cool off with summer chicken salad
Top with goat cheese for extra pop
Published Thursday, August 17, 2017 12:30 pm
by Ashley Mahoney

Summer chicken salad is nutritious and doesn’t require much in terms of preparation time.

It’s hot. Seriously hot. North Carolina kind of hot.

Cool down with this delicious and nutritious salad. Whether you’re entertaining guests or making dinner for the family, you’ll leave the table satisfied.

Serves 4


4 chicken tenderloins

4 cups butter lettuce

1 vine tomato

1/4 cup red onion

1/4 cup red, yellow and orange pepper

1 pear

1 cup goat cheese

1 teaspoon minced garlic

1 tablespoon butter

Dash salt and pepper

Dressing of choice (we used honey mustard)


Preheat pan on medium until butter has completely melted

Place tenderloins in pan and add minced garlic, salt and pepper

Cook for 3-5 minutes per side

Inch-dice chicken and add to large salad bowl

Add lettuce

Gut tomato and peppers

Inch-dice and add to bowl

Mince onion and add to salad

Toss salad to combine

Serve in desired bowls and top with goat cheese  and dressing

Bon appétit!


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