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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Simply Sunday~Barb's Buffalo Chicken Salad

Good morning and happy Sunday!
This week, I made a batch of this and then stored the ingredients in little containers to have easy access to munch on it all week.
I do not have exact proportions, I just throw things in!

Chicken Tenders, butter, olive oil, salt and pepper to taste
Marie's Chunky Bleu Cheese Salad Dressing
Frank's Original Hot Sauce
Crumbled Bleu Cheese
Romaine Lettuce and Mixed Greens
Celery- chopped
Red Onion- chopped
Avocado- chopped
Grape Tomatoes cut in half
Drizzle of Catalina French Dressing- NOTE for low crabbing, I no longer use the Catalina French drizzle

Saute' Chicken Strips in pan with a bit of butter and olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Cool through thoroughly until browned.

Now add about 1/4 cup of Frank's Original Hot Sauce and a touch of water. This will make it very mild. Add more if you like it hotter, like I do!

Cut up Veggies

Let the chicken cool a bit and then cut into bite size pieces. The photo here is not bite sized yet

Put everything on your salad greens, add some crumbled Bleu Cheese, Drizzle with Catalina French dressing and then add the Marie's Bleu Cheese Dressing. So yummy! I cut everything up and put it away in containers and then had it for dinner for several nights. Easy to tailor to your own tastes, but this is what I wanted to put in my salad! 

Enjoy and Happy Sunday! 

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1 comment:

cheryl porter chumbley said...

hi Barb! yummo! that looks delish! we like frank's hot sauce too. thanks for sharing! cheryl