Chopped Greek Salad With Chicken

Chopped Greek Salad With Chicken created by katew

The ingredients list look long, but is actually easy to throw together. This is a meal in itself and a good way use up your leftover chicken. Serve with pita bread and/or hummus. Can sub sweet bell peppers for some of the tomatoes and cucumbers. Stay within the recipe's measurements or there may not be enough dressing to coat. From Eating Well.

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  • Whisk vinegar, oil, dill (or oregano), garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a large bowl. Add lettuce, chicken, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, olives, and feta; toss to coat.
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"The ingredients list look long, but is actually easy to throw together. This is a meal in itself and a good way use up your leftover chicken. Serve with pita bread and/or hummus. Can sub sweet bell peppers for some of the tomatoes and cucumbers. Stay within the recipe's measurements or there may not be enough dressing to coat. From Eating Well."
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  1. Cook4_6
    Absolutely delicious, quick and easy weeknight salad. I used Kalamata Olives instead of the black olives called for. I used oregano instead of the dill because it is better loved in my home. I also increased the olive oil to just over 1/3 of a cup and used my immersion blender to emulsify it.
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  2. Cook4_6
    Absolutely delicious, quick and easy weeknight salad. I used Kalamata Olives instead of the black olives called for. I used oregano instead of the dill because it is better loved in my home. I also increased the olive oil to just over 1/3 of a cup and used my immersion blender to emulsify it.
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  3. Larawithoutau
    I made this without the chicken (because I didn't have time). I think the dressing was really good but decided after tasting that it needed a bit of honey to cut the acidity. I think the same results may come from the addition of the same amount of sugar (at least a teaspoon). We really enjoyed this recipe, thanks for sharing!
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  4. katew
    Chopped Greek Salad With Chicken Created by katew
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  5. katew
    Great salad ! I am trying to focus on eating more salads between now and Christmas and this was perfect for us. It went a long way and the chicken was a marvellous addition. Two visiting boyfriends ate it with great gusto and salad would not be their first choice !!
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