Hello there! how are you doing today? Hope all is well and thanks for checking this out. Im super excited about this crispy chicken salad with dat/honey mustard vinaigrette. This is a super easy recipe, the only thing that may be slightly difficult would be making the chicken, but you’ve got this.
Salads are super easy to make, it involves very little cooking, in fact, unless you want meat on your salad, you are literally throwing vegetables in a bowl and some dressing or vinaigrette and voila it’s done. Salads are universal, there are different variations in other parts of the world. Most people enjoy salads as an appetizer or big salad as a meal. Unless you throw a lot of unhealthy ingredients in your salad, I would say is healthy. One of the unhealthiest things to put on a salad is dressing. Most salad dressings have a high-fat content and often times added sugar content. Really who has time for all of that? Honey mustard happens to be one of my favs to put on my salad but ever since I did my first whole30 that has changed. Honey is not the unhealthy part, but every bottle tends to have a lot of other unnecessary ingredients. I decided to make my own honey mustard dressing that would be whole30 compliant. I opted to use dates instead. Dates you say? Yes, dates!
Dates are edible sweet fruits. They are a good source of vitamins and minerals, energy sugar, and fiber. (Wikipedia). They are also protein-rich, helps improve bones, helps improve skin and other health benefits. This dressing is made with softened pureed Medjool dates, lemon juice, vinegar, smoked paprika, salt, and olive oil. Not too sweet and limited ingredients. Definitely a healthier alternative than jarred dressings. It has quickly become a favorite, the sauce is light, not too sweet, and pretty tasty. The salad is filling, with a lot of other ingredients such as bacon, avocado, tomatoes, eggs, cucumbers, onion, and crispy paleo/whole30 chicken tossed in a bit of tapioca starch and pan-fried. not in the mood for a salad? Double chicken to make chicken tenders and dip in date dijon mustard. Hope you try it and like it. Comment and rate, thank you.