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Romaine Lettuce With Chicken, Almonds and Curry Vinaigrette

Chicken and almonds are another match made in Heaven-(St. Francis may disagree....) From our local newspaper, source unknown unfortunately. Use fresh ingredients. Good use of leftover chicken.

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  • Prepare the vinaigrette first. Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl except for the olive oil. Whisk in olive oil until well incorporated. Adjust seasoning. Best prepared 1 hour in advance if possible.
  • Toast the almonds and set aside to cool.
  • In large salad bowl combine the salad ingredients. Add about 2 tablespoons of the vinaigrette and toss gently.
  • Serve the remaining vinaigrette on the side.
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"Chicken and almonds are another match made in Heaven-(St. Francis may disagree....) From our local newspaper, source unknown unfortunately. Use fresh ingredients. Good use of leftover chicken."
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  1. woodland hues
    What a good dressing. Really good salad that I'd make again. Well, let me be honest, I made two changes, subbing cooked ham for chicken, and omitting the red cabbage. But the basis of the salad is a sure winner, and I'm going to make it with chicken and cabbage I promise. Also, I poured the dressing on the salad entirely. Thanks for posting, Cookgirl!
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  2. COOKGIRl
    Chicken and almonds are another match made in Heaven-(St. Francis may disagree....) From our local newspaper, source unknown unfortunately. Use fresh ingredients. Good use of leftover chicken.
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