Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Hawaiian Chicken Salad

Hawaiian Chicken Salad
Hawaiian Chicken Salad makes a refreshing and tasty summer salad.

Ingredients include:
  • One or two fresh garden tomatoes
  • Spinach leaves (as many as you like)
  • Lettuce
  • 1 can of White Chunk Chicken
  • 1/2 to 1 can pineapple chunks 
  • Small carrots slices
  1. Use Mandarin oranges instead of pineapple
  2. Add beans of your choice
  3. Add Macadamia nuts
I made up this salad yesterday, and it tasted delicious even without dressing added to it. I'm eager to try it
again with some of the variations. It's perfect for a light appetite on a hot summer day.

Kitchen gardens especially come in handy for summer salads such as this one. I picked two pretty red tomatoes yesterday and can't wait to make another salad this evening to go with dinner. Whether you make a Hawaiian, Mexican, Italian, Greek or American salad, you can always add tomatoes. Even a juicy tomato from the kitchen garden is a quick refresher. Take a break from your to-do list and enjoy a tomato sprinkled with salt and pepper - YUM!

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Marguerite said...

Hi Angi! Beautiful salad and it looks so delicious, too! Thanks so much for stopping by and for following! I'm now following you, too!

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