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Chicken And Orange Salad Recipe

Updated on June 15, 2015

Chicken and orange salad

Chicken and orange salad
Chicken and orange salad

Chicken And Orange Salad

This is also known as Roast Chicken Salad with Orange Dressing. It is very easy to make. Takes only a few minutes to make and is very healthy. It has got right combination of meat, vegetables and fruits. It is very tasty and children would love to eat this. It can be eaten as full dinner or as side dish. Though chicken can be replaced by lamb or pork but I am partial to chicken. If served properly then it is very pleasing to eyes too.

Serves 4.

Ingredients:

1. Chicken: 350 grams / 12 Oz of roasted chicken, boneless and thinly sliced

2. Cucumber: 1 thinly sliced



3. Spinach Leaves: 250 Grams / 9 oz fresh.


4. Parsley leaves: 30 grams / 1 oz


5. Red Apples : 2 Medium Size


6. Walnuts: 100 grams / 3 Oz toasted and chopped.


7. Lemon Juice : 1 Tbsp


8. Parsley Spring: Fresh and flat leaves to garnish


9. Orange Wedges : To Serve

Orange Dressing

1. Sour Cream : 1 Tsp

2. Orange Juice: 1 orange

3. Olive Oil: 2 Tbsp

4. Orange Rind: finely grated rind of ½ orange


Method

1. Take a large service platter. (If platter is not available then use a large plate).

2. Wash and drain spinach and parsley leaves.

3. Now arrange these leaves on the platter alternatively.

4. Now on the leaves put the thin slices of the cucumber.

5. Sprinkle chopped walnuts on cucumber and leaves.

6. Now on top of leaves and cucumber slices, arrange chicken slices neatly.

7. Now core both apples and then cut them in to halves.

8. Now brush all 4 halves with lemon juice.

9. Now slice the halves and arrange them along with chicken slices.

10. Now place all the orange dressing ingredients in to a tight lid jar.

11. Shake jar well to mix the dressing ingredients.

12. Now put the dressing over the salad.

13. Garnish with parsley leaves.

14. Serve immediately with orange wedges.

Tip: Cut pieces of apples should be brushed with lemon juice to prevent rusting(discoloration) of apples.

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      jenubouka 5 years ago

      The dressing for the salad is a great fast and easy idea, I love that. This recipe is going to be a staple this summer for me.

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      Michal 5 years ago from Baton Rouge, LA

      This sounds delicious!

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      Indian Chef 5 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Jenubouka for the comment and believe me it is very easy to make and Mpoche4 it is delicious as you rightly said.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Chicken Orange Salad has always been a favorite salad of mine! Great recipe!

      Lisa

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      Indian Chef 5 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Rusticliving for the comment and it is really tasty and healthy.

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      julia 4 years ago

      mmmmmm looks yummy

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      rhiz 4 years ago

      roast chicken salad is one of my favorite.... luv it...

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      Marissa Buhalog 4 years ago

      Hey hey...chicken salad oh!!!,though i do not eat much chicken because of allergy,Indianchef i want to taste this one...give me anti alergy lol.

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      Indian Chef 4 years ago from New Delhi India

      :D thanks marissa

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      Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago from High desert of Nevada.

      Another winner to add to my growing chicken recipes from you. Thank you . Bookmarked.

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      Indian Chef 3 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Phyllis Doyle.

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