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Cold Chicken Salad

 

Cold Chicken Salad

Summer royals

Summer;s special happiness lies in the cold food we enjoy that gives life to every pore in hot scorching summer heats, salads do this exactly! i am presenting you an easy to make recipe with a special yogurt and cream dressing.

Ingredients:

-Chicken breast 1 boiled and shredded

-Cabbage 2 cups shredded

-Carrots diced 1/2 cup

-Macaroni pasta 1 cup boiled

-Dates 1/4 cup chopped

-Cream 1 cup

-Yogurt 1/4 cup

-Black pepper 2 tbsp

-Sugar 1 tbsp

-Lemon juice 1 tsp

-Salt to taste

Steps:

Combine cream, yogurt, black pepper, sugar and salt with lemon juice together well. Keep in refrigerator for 3o minutes.

In a large bowl combine all the boiled ingredients together and drizzle cold cream dressing , toss, shake and serve!

 

Health benefit:

If you frequently eat green salads, you’ll likely have higher blood levels of a host of powerful antioxidants (vitamin C and E, folic acid, lycopene, and alpha- and beta-carotene,) especially if your salad includes some raw vegetables. Antioxidants are substances that help protect the body from damage caused by harmful molecules called free radicals.

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Mayo Beans Salad – refreshingly tasty

I love salads. I keep experimenting them with different flavors and ingredients. My priority is to make healthier and refreshing salads that revitilize my brains and taste buds ! Check out this one..

Ingredients:

-White Beans 1/2 cup

-Peas boiled  1/2 cup

-Sweet corns 3-4 tbsps

-Apples cubed 1/4 cup

-Pineapple chunks 1/4 cup

-Potato boiled and cubed 1/2 cup

-Mayonese 1 cup

-Yogurt 4-5 tbsps

-Cream 4-5 tbsps

-Sugar 2 tsps

-Salt 1 tsp

-Crushed Black pepper 2 tsps

-Fresh corriander for garnish

Method:

-Beat mayonese with cream, yogurt and seasonings. Keep it in refrigerator for about 20 mins.

-Mix the rest ingredients in a large bowl and pour in the prepared mayonese dressing. Toss, garnish with fresh corriander  and serve!

Salad Health Fact:

For years, researchers have noted a link between eating lots of fruits and vegetables and lower risks of many diseases, particularly cancer. Foods found to be particularly protective include beans and peas, string beans, peppers, tomatoes, carrots, apples, nectarines, peaches, plums, pears, and strawberries.

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