This Curried Chicken Cobb Salad is a light and refreshing salad that is packed with nutrients and rich in flavor as well! Feel free to customize this salad to your preference and enjoy!
Prep time 20 min.
Cook time 10 min.
⦁ 2 medium sized chicken breasts, sliced.
⦁ 1 teaspoon curry powder
⦁ 1/4 teaspoon season all
⦁ 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
⦁ 2 dashes salt
⦁ 1/4 teaspoon old bay seasoning
⦁ 1 cup roughly chopped spinach
⦁ 1 head Romaine lettuce (shredded or chopped.)
⦁ 3/4 cup cherry tomato halves
⦁ 3 small sweet bell peppers, sliced. (or 1/2 red yellow or green bell pepper, diced.)
⦁ 1/3 English cucumber, sliced.
⦁ 4 slices thick cut bacon, crumbled (optional).
⦁ 2 hard boiled eggs, sliced.
⦁ blue cheese ( optional)
⦁ Ranch dressing or dressing of your choice.
⦁ lemon or lime see Note*
1 Fry bacon in a medium nonstick frying pan. Remove bacon, reserving the grease.
2 Mix seasonings in a small dish, then sprinkle generously over chicken, seasoning all sides.
Fry chicken, in hot bacon grease over medium heat, for a few minutes until all sides are slightly browned. Cover with a lid and turn heat to med-low. Cook for 10 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Do not overcook.
3 Compile salad in order given- first mixing lettuce and spinach, then adding the rest of the vegetables and the eggs and chicken (cooled to room temp) then sprinkle bacon over top.
4 Serve with Ranch dressing or dressing of your choice and lemon or lime slices.
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Curried Chicken may seem like a strange addition to a salad, but my husband raves over this salad whenever I serve it, and it is one of my favorites as well!
If you don’t like the idea of adding the extra fats from the bacon grease, you can fry the chicken in a few tablespoons of olive oil instead.
Note* Fresh lemon or lime juice drizzled over this salad really brings out a refreshing flavor!
Feel free to add or subtract any of your favorite/least favorite veggies, bacon or eggs in this salad.
My husband and I decided to try a month of eating no sugar for him, and low sugar for me, (woman has got to have a few sweets you know.) and eating light, healthy meals. I was excited but also a little apprehensive about coming up with ideas. After I made this salad and got good reviews from Him, and loved it myself, I felt like maybe this whole diet thing won’t be so bad after all!
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