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Mound this chicken and avocado salad on lettuce for a light lunch.
Spring's new crop of tender young herbs are given a central place in this refreshing salad. To make it a main dish salad, add chicken, asparagus, and steamed or fried new potatoes.
Grapes, walnuts and feta cheese top a bed of baby greens and mint.
Sweet fresh figs, Serrano Ham and a Mediterranean honey-balsamic vinaigrette with California walnuts sing a song of summer when surrounded by good company ,happy music and a glass of California white or a fruity red wine. Only fresh ingredients not only make this recipe healthy but also preferred by customers and my friends, gathering for a cool summer meal in our backyard.
This can be served as a vegetarian entrée, or as a side salad. If refrigerating the salad before serving, take it out of the refrigerator a few minutes before serving. It shouldn't be too cold.
I love this salad because it's quick and easy to prepare. Plus, on those days when I don't want to eat meat, I can serve this as a main course along with a great loaf of crusty whole wheat bread. All the fiber and anti-oxidants make it healthy, but it's also delicious - no one will think they're eating "health food."
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