Grilled Chicken, Lentil and Peach Salad


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Grilled Chicken, Lentil and Peach Salad Grilled Chicken, Lentil and Peach Salad. Ingredients. Directions. In a small saucepan, combine the lentils with 3 cups (710mL) water and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Bring to a boil, Nutrition Information.

4 small (6 ounce/170g) boneless skinless chicken breasts 2 large (6 ounce/170 g) stone peaches, halved and pitted 1/2 cup (12g) loosely packed mint leaves, torn 1/2 cup (12g) loosely packed basil leaves, torn. For the salad, preheat a griddle pan and griddle the peach quarters for 2–3 minutes on each side. Remove and leave to cool. Toss the spring onions in the oil and grill for 2–3. Grilled Chicken, Lentil and Peach Salad | MyFitnessPal July 2018 While you’re grilling chicken, toss on some peaches, too, to boost this grilled chicken salad.

Grilled Chicken, Lentil and Peach Salad Ingredients 1/2 cup (170g) French green lentils (lentils du puy) 3/4 teaspoon salt, divided 2 1/2 tablespoons. For salsa, in a small bowl, combine peaches, avocado, red pepper, onion, basil, lime juice, hot sauce, lime zest, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Sprinkle chicken with remaining salt and pepper. On a lightly greased grill rack, grill chicke.

Method Heat a griddle pan. Toss the chicken in ½ tbsp of the oil, and season. Cook for 3-4 mins on each side or until cooked Next toss the peach slices in ½ tbsp oil and some ground black pepper.

Grill on their cut sides for 1-2 mins each side. Mix the remaining olive oil, vinegar, honey and. Lentil Chicken Salad. A great way to use lentils is in this satisfying salad. Besides the combination of textures, the tasty ingredients blend well with the creamy dressing.

It merited a blue ribbon and praise from all the tasters at our church fair. Lentil Chicken Salad Recipe photo by Taste of Home. Ingredients. 1 cup brown lentils, sorted of debris and rinsed. 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil.

1/3 cup lemon juice. 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, crushed. 1 teaspoon chopped fresh tarragon. 1/2 cup slivered red onion. 1 cup shredded rotisserie chicken.

Combine garlic, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 2 teaspoons molasses and 2 teaspoons olive oil in shallow dish. Add chicken and turn to coat. Cover and chill for 30 minutes.

Lightly spray a chargrill or barbecue with oil and heat on medium-high.

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This salad is a perfect accompaniment to steak or grilled chicken dishes.

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To finish this light and refreshing salad we tossed these ingredients with romaine lettuce and a simple cider vinegar and Dijon mustard vinaigrette that complemented the other ingredients but did not compete.

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Fill 2 large outer romaine leaves with chicken mixture and top each with 2 tablespoons cooked, chilled wild rice, minced red onion, and chopped grape tomatoes.

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TOSS the romaine, chicken, chickpeas, tomatoes, ½ teaspoon each salt and pepper, and the dressing.

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  • I LOVE this recipe. I make it a lot……I mean A LOT!!!
    It’s a HUGE hit with my family and friends. Whenever I make it we never have any leftovers. Even when I make extra just so I can have leftovers, it never works, it ALL gets eaten right away!

  • Helpful tip: to remove the core of the peach easier just throw it at a wall as hard as you can it’ll make it easier to remove the seed

  • This looks amazing! Thanks for the great quality videos. Your channel taught me a lot of things of the culinary world.
    Bonne continuation and greetings from France.

  • Hello my friend, a nice and tasty recipe again on your channel. Great great result with this Chicken breasts and Peach recipe my friend YUMMY!!! Thanks a lot for this video recipe and greetings from FRANCE! ����������������������

  • Hi, is that toasted sesame oil or regular sesame oil that you put in the rice? I noticed it looked a little darker than regular sesame oil.

    I enjoy your videos, thank you! ☺️����

  • I had saved this recipe to try make later and actually made it tonight and it was really good! My husband who’s not much of a salad guy really liked it too but of course said he would’ve liked more chicken. Grilled peaches is something I never would’ve thought of making, but the dressing/glaze took it to another level! Great dressing! Will definitely make this one again. Thanks, Tasty! *note: in description they list 4 peaches, but you only need 2(it’s 4 halves)

  • what about cross contamination from sauce. it was added to the chicken when raw the brush touched the chicken and then went back into the sauce then the sauce was added at the end? If so that isn’t safe to do

  • Do you have a recipe for Vietnamese Crepes?

    I’ve had them in a restaurant but the restaurant closed. They were so light and made me happy.

  • this is a good recipe.. but peaches arent available in my country so will try to make without it with the chicken..
    good job tasty..

  • I don’t how I found your channel but I’m glad I’m here. Your recipes are so masterfully prepared and look delicious! Do you have a recipe book?


    just me then ok………….

  • Hi Dave,
    Is olive oil, the preferred oil for your recipe? will using peanut or vegetable oil change the flavor dramatically?
    do you use regular olive oil or dip you use EVOO?

  • Made this for a nice light dinner last night and it was great! I didn’t really want raw onions though so I ended up sautéing them in a bit of balsamic and it was delicious:)

  • I love watching your videos, love your recipes!! I tried 3 of them, Mongolian beef, soo good!! Also wonton soup (yummiest )! Chicken teriyaki!


  • I love peaches and chicken so this sounds and looks good, think I will give it a try in the next few weeks and see what my husband and kids think.
    Update: I made this but I had to alter it, could not find any peach nectar at my local store so had to go with a peach mango juice, also could not find peach preserves so went with apricot. Still tasted good but I will try it again in the future when I get all the proper ingredients.

  • I recently discovered your channel and have absolutely loved watching your videos. You have inspired me to explore Asian cuisine! Thank you!:)

  • Toujours aussi drôle et pro! un régal pour les yeux, pour les oreilles (l’accent français délicieux), un peu frustrant de ne pas participer à la dégustation! mais Merci à vous I do enjoy!

  • this is a good recipe.. but peaches arent available in my country so will try to make without it with the chicken..
    good job tasty..

  • You guys should come check out the Nugget Rib Cook off in Sparks NV. From August 31st to September 4th.. You will LOVE ALL THE RIBS COOK FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY!!!!

  • Love your videos and recipes I have already made a few of them they are so easy and amazing love it when Jacob comes in and try’s them  thank you Seonkyoung Longest

  • I can see the yogurt cake behind you!���� awesome as always… a question: which brand are the containers you often use to put your weighed ingridients? I never found that in description. Bye from Italy!

  • Luv peaches and orange chicken… can’t say it will go good with chicken, since it’s so fragrant. But, i’m pretty certain that the white peaches r gmo. It’s totally tasteless and jst taste like sugar water.

  • Yikes, that looks SO GOOD!!! Gotta make this for my husband…he is a peachaholic (meaning he’ll wolf-down anything with peaches in it!). ��

  • You must eat & enjoy every recipe you cook for us!…or, do you sometimes take & share with others? You make such wonderful dishes. It’d be nice to box & share on occasion with a neighbor on the street. You’d get advertising for yu our channel on LA news your viewers would double or triple: as the YouTube chef that shares his food with others! I this week spoke to a man who live a few blocks from me. He told me caring for wife with alzheimers and was putting her into hospice home. I asked how long they expect her to live, and he said a few weeks. Boy did his eyes light up Bruno when I told him I would bring him a home cooked mealhe has only been eating frozen dinners for the last year! I felt so sad. Thank you for this great summer recipe. I often use sliced apricot with raspberries in saladsbecause they are so beautiful together. I’ve never made lemon vinegarette ‘with honey’… now I will try…maybe I will add fresh garlic too because, garlic goes so well with lemon.. This salad is dinner tomorrow eve!

  • I made this tonight and it was delicious! I used peach juice instead of nectar (too much sugar in nectar) so my sauce was a bit watery but still awesome! Next time I think I’ll try with just peach purée.

  • Wow Seonkyong, such an excellent idea of cooking the chicken. It looks DELICIOUS. I love love peaches. This will be a must try recipe for me but maybe couple of months later since it’s still winter where I live so peach is really expensive Lol. Btw, you look gorgeous in this video (just as always:))

  • Is it just me or is she forcing the accent? Like sometimes a word comes out in perfect English then a sentence later the same word comes out in an asian accent.

  • I always love Jacob to be around when taste testing haha so funny.. I’ve been hooked to your channel and so far I tried 4 of your recipes already. More recipes pls:) hugs from Philippines ❤️

  • Great recipe! Was wondering where you source your peach nectar from? Is this something you get at your local grocery store? Or are you juicing your peaches? Or is this something from a can I would be able to get through the Internet? Thanks!

  • Thank you chef for the seasoning roasted almonds receipt. I have been wanting to do this but can’t find quick receipts to roast Almonds. I learned two dishes in this video �� you are great chef. I enjoy your cooking shows.

  • Such a beautiful salad, and I love the delicious simplicity of the dressing recipe! ������
    Great tip on bathing the lettuce in ice water before serving! And, yes those wilted leaves in “pre-washed” lettuce packs are quite off putting. I always feel like I need to wash “pre-washed” out of paranoia, and for wanting to rid our salads of these decaying “hiders”. Thank you for another upload, your videos are a highlight for many, many of us!! ����
    Until next time! Stay cool and fresh out there in Cali!! Much love!!! ������

  • the CIA and FBI have taken an interest in you, bruno, for experimenting with secret peach fusion power!

    man….your plating skills are superb. loved the finished dish. so much colors, so well-arranged!

  • I made this tonight for dinner it was beautiful! I used fake chicken as I’m a vegetarian and it tasted great. I also used spinach as my green, as it wilts in between the hot rice and ‘chicken’. Such a lovely recipe thank you!

  • Dear friends I was invited to Mbc channel to cook some Egyption food please support me with like and subscribe thanks a lot and appreciate.
    ‎اتمني حضرتكم تشرفوني بمروركم
    ‎ اول لقاء عال Mbc

  • I made this last night everyone (including 3 teens) loved it. It was so easy and turned out beautiful. My husband said I had to tell you thank you so much for making this vid and sharing your wonderful recipe. He’s planning on how long we’ll have peaches so we can have it a few more times before the season is over.:-D

  • Your jokes are so corny but they makeme smile every time
    I need to try this chicken. Thanks for sharing ❣❣❣❣ and i went to the link but didnt see the recipe. ��