Roast Chicken Salad with Buttermilk Dressing – Weeknight Salad

This recipe was originally posted May ’13. It is a killer salad dressing which I made and have made again and again. It is a true staple in the Kolen household. Sometimes you just need to break out of the Vinaigrette mold. It really is a light dressing if you could just move past the buttermilk part. It is only 3 tablespoons of Buttermilk in the whole dressing. Give it a try the next time you’re looking for a salad dressing. Enjoy!

Cooking with Candi

DSCN0069 photo I was in the mood for something light for dinner and wanted to make a dressing with buttermilk and mustard. I picked up a roast chicken because I was very pressed for time, but didn’t want to eat a plain roast chicken from the market. I grabbed some beautiful romaine, but I know this would be perfectly awesome with kale,  Joel is not big on kale and prefers romaine. Next time I make this I am using chopped kale, preferably baby kale. In any event I used romaine, took the skin off the chicken and shredded it with my hands. Just used romaine, tomatoes, chicken and dressing. Next time out I add avocado for sure, doubt Joel will eat it but I am putting in avocado. This is an awesome lunchtime salad and so easy to pull together for a light dinner meal and mix in whatever other veggies you’d…

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2 responses to “Roast Chicken Salad with Buttermilk Dressing – Weeknight Salad

  1. So good to see u the other nite, girlfriend. Luv luv. L

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  2. Jessica Weissman

    Thank you for lunch today!! Xoxo

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