Chicken salad and light green leaves

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15086708-caesar-saladSatiating and very complete

The salads are perfect for those who enjoy this kind of food. But not all of them are as appropriate as to make them unique dish. You can try this chicken and greens to suit you.

Many have a serious problem with salads is that they see bland, tasteless and generally little satiating as to make them unique dish. Of course, it can always be remedied. Ideally, if you want something very complete, it is to mix protein, carbohydrate and some, especially vegetables that provide flavors, textures and colors.

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This light chicken salad and green leaves is a clear example. Of course, it will not stay in these two elements, but will have many more. It can be a wonderful choice as a single dish without any problems, eating something very healthy and without jeopardizing the diet, much less. Follow the recipe and see.

Ingredients:

A grilled chicken breast without skin or fat 150 grams
Half a cup of cooked chickpeas
Half red onion
Cherry tomatoes
Some fresh mushrooms
Mattress green leaves and sprouts (alfalfa, arugula, fresh spinach, lettuce, etc.)
One tablespoon Dijon mustard
Half tablespoon of olive oil
Half a tablespoon of lemon juice
Salt and pepper
Preparation:

Cooking chicken breast grilled until cooked and golden. Cut into cubes and reserve. In a salad bowl, arrange and mix well buds and green leaves ready to use. Any of the proposals and you can think of additional, go wonders. Add the cherry tomatoes whole or cut in half, it incorporates previously sauteed mushrooms, chickpeas and finally the chicken.

Now you have to prepare a dressing by mixing mustard, lemon juice and olive oil. Of course, use it to flavor your salad. Salt to taste and pepper on the end and serves this dish, which, as noted, is very comprehensive and will serve to punish not hunger, without removing it light.

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