3 Reviews

This salad was delicious, colorful and easily prepped in 5 minutes. For color, a fresh dill blossom sprig was added; and organically grown local blueberries, spinach from the farmer's market and expeller pressed walnut oil in the dressing. I did however, skip the chicken because this was served as a side salad along with chicken as our main dish. Thanks for posting, mama's kitchen! cg

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COOKGIRl July 27, 2009

This salad is the BOMB. Loved it. Great mix of flavors and the dressing makes it!! Made this for lunch with leftover rotisserie chicken, but will have to make it again soon for DH (who will surely love it as well). I didn't have red onion, so subbed out the whites of some green onions which worked well. I used sunflower seeds, but I am sure the almonds would be just as good! Great mix of sweet and savory. Thanks Mama! Made for BEVY TAG. NOTE: I made this again tonight for DH. He loved it as well. This time I subbed about 1T of Stevia for the sugar and threw some feta in the salad. YUM.

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JanuaryBride November 24, 2008

Never would I have thought these different ingredients would go together. Blueberries, red onion, raisins, and the sweet dressing is just over the top wonderful. I chopped up some raw almonds for the seed part. Incredible. I"m adding blueberries to more of my salads from now on. Thanks for sharing this w/me Hope. Made for Aprils' Bevvy Tag ~

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CoffeeB April 06, 2008
Spinach Salad With Grilled Chicken & Blueberries