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How to Make a Chick-Fil-a Cobb Salad

Updated on October 23, 2019
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Haskel Causey is a college student in Austin, Texas; in his spare time, he enjoys writing blogs and posting articles on various topics.

Cook Time

Prep time: 12 min
Cook time: 5 min
Ready in: 17 min
Yields: Serves one

Ingredients (in order of use)

  • About one Hand full or enough to fill a 26 oz bowl Romaine Lettuce, -Chopped
  • 1 oz Spring Mix Lettuce
  • 0.5 oz Carrot and Red Cabbage Blend, -Carrot shreds and finely chopped Red Cabbage
  • 0.5 oz Monterey/Jack cheddar cheese blend
  • 2 tsp Roasted Corn, -Refrigerated
  • 1 tblsp Chopped Bacon
  • 2 tsp Hard Boiled Egg, -Chopped
  • 4 Grape Tomatoes, -1 for each corner of the salad
  • Approximately 3 oz Your choice of chicken, -Sliced

Put it all together

  1. Get a square plate or 26 oz square bowl. Chop Romaine lettuce into bite size squares and add to dish. (Be sure to wash ingredients before preparing)
  2. Spread the spring mix evenly across the romaine lettuce
  3. Carrot/redcabbage blend comes next
  4. Next, sprinkle the delicious Monterey/Jack cheddar cheese
  5. Add the tblsp of bacon in the same fashion as the cheese, along with your tsp of egg
  6. Place 1 grape tomato in each corner of the salad
  7. Finally! Place your choice of chicken diagonally across the top of the salad
  8. Enjoy this tasty delicacy with any dressing that you choose. You may also top it with dried red peppers, croutons or sesame seeds

CFA Cobb Salad

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      Haskel John Causey 

      3 years ago from Austin, Texas

      @RT Sorry for the late response, I have not been on this site in a very long time. The amount of sodium is due to the ingredients used to make the product. The nutritional scale comes directly from Chick-fil-A.

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      3 years ago

      Why soooo much sodium in a salad??

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      Lisa Stover 

      6 years ago from Pittsburgh PA

      Looks great!


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