Chicken is the easiest addition to give salads some "oomph." Whether you cook the chicken yourself, or simply pick up a rotisserie bird from the store to chop up, you can easily turn a regular leafy veggie course into a full meal.
Whether for a picnic or party, as a side dish or a main course, this collection has salads for any season or occasion.
Grilled, roasted, or baked, chicken transforms any salad from plain to amazing.
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Corn bread croutons add a kid-friendly, Southern spin to this classic salad -- a great addition to a picnic potluck.
My family requests the crispy chicken tenders featured here so often, I decided to make them the star of a new salad. They're a perfect complement to the tangy marinated mozzarella and medley of fresh greens.
Chicken strips marinated in Italian vinaigrette are the key ingredient in this light and tangy main-dish salad.
Here's a colorful salad packed with a variety of flavors and textures that kids find fun and tasty.
Here's a variation on chicken salad that has a bit of a kick, and a couple surprises, too -- grapes for a sweet accent and cashews for crunch.
Part chicken salad, part coleslaw, this unique dish features a prepared mix, so it comes together quickly -- especially if you buy a roasted chicken. Serve it as a salad, as shown here, or in a sandwich wrap.
This delicious salad recipe provided by In the Night Kitchen of San Francisco is popular with adults and kids alike.
Lunch is a wrap with this wonderful way to serve up tasty tortillas. Tender chicken breast, crunchy coleslaw, chopped peanuts, and a sweet and savory dressing make the most of your midday meal with these yummy wraps.
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