Chicken Asparagus Salad

Total Time
8mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 3 mins

You can have this light, tasty dinner on the table in less than 10 minutes-just buy a deli chicken on your way home from work, or use leftovers from Sunday's roast. The only cooking you'd have to do is the asparagus, which takes only 2 or 3 minutes! This is great for a hot summer's night, when you don't want to heat up your whole kitchen making a great dinner!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cook asparagus in small amount of water until crisp-tender (cooking time will depend on thickness of asparagus;thin stalks 2-3 minutes, thicker stalks 3-4 minutes).
  2. Drain and cool asparagus and set aside.
  3. In salad bowl, combine vinegar, oil, honey, parsley, salt, and pepper, mixing well.
  4. Add chicken, apple, and asparagus, tossing to coat.
  5. Serve over lettuce/salad greens, garnishing with alfalfa sprouts if desired.

Reviews

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Great salad! I made this with iceburg lettuce and fresh spinach as my greens and added a little feta cheese. If you like a little sweeter salad, I think dried cranberries would be good too.

JKSaenz May 22, 2008

Sooooooo Easy~~~!!!! I am new at this whole cooking thing & I was pleasantly suprised on how easy it was to make & so tasty! The whole family loved it & said it's a repeat!! I added chow mein noodles for my extra crunch-~~delish! Thanks!

NOWHERE June 19, 2006

This recipe is a gem! It made a lovely light meal on a hot night, w/o heating up the kitchen. I did make a couple of substitutions. I had a lot of pears on hand, so used one of them instead of the apple. It fit well with the other ingredients. I also switched a packet of Splenda for the honey in the dressing & it came out great. I think something with a crunch - maybe toasted almonds or some sunflower seeds - would be a great addition to this salad. Will add that in next time. Thanks, Teresa!

Judy from Hawaii June 06, 2004

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