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High-Protein Chicken Salad. 1 pound (454 grams) cooked chicken breast or rotisserie chicken, shredded (about 4 cups shredded) 1/2 cup diced red onion (about 1/2 medium red onion or 60 grams) 1/2 cup diced apple (about 1/2 small apple or 75. Meal Prep High Protein Chicken Salad! Made with Greek yogurt, grapes and bell peppers this recipe is healthy, easy mayo free and egg free. Great for a quick meal, light lunch or appetizer.

Low Carb + Gluten Free + Low Calorie. HIGH-PROTEIN CHICKEN SALAD If you have leftover rotisserie chicken or cooked chicken breast, make this high-protein chicken salad as an easy lunch option. High Protein Chicken Salad. Recipe. 0 comments.

Follow us. Let’s Talk About You. Mix mayonnaise, sour cream, protein powder and lime juice together.

Add remaining ingredients, and stir until chicken is coated with dressing. Cover, refrigerate at least 2 hours until flavors mix. Serve on lettuce or on bread or crackers. In a large bowl, combine shredded chicken, red onion, apple, grapes, Greek yogurt, lemon juice, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Mix until well combined.

Using a 3/4 cup measuring scoop, portion out the chicken salad. Serve on top of lettuce leaf. cooked chicken breast or rotisserie chicken, shreadded (about 4 cups shredded) 1/2 c. diced red onion.

1/2 c. diced apple. 2/3 c. quartered or halved grapes. 2/3 c. plain 2% fat greek yogurt.

Cut the chicken into two-inch pieces. In a large bowl, toss the cucumber onion and feta cheese. In a small bowl, whisk together the vinegar oil and mustard. Add the mustard to the cucumber mixture and stir to coat.

Last updated on August 9th, 2020 at 01:46 pm Don’t want to bore you with what I ate the other day, but I made a healthy low-carb avocado chicken salad for lunch that would also be easy to meal prep. There’s a lot of stuff in there. Other than, obviously, the chicken and avocado we’ve [ ].

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Add any protein you like to make this an entrée salad; I’m partial to shredded chicken.

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If not using this as a vegetable side dish, top with your choice of protein: 2 large grilled shrimp, 4 ounces grilled chicken, 3 hard-boiled egg whites or 4 ounces

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For example, a big salad with about 1 cup of chopped chicken thighs (with the skin on), lots of leafy greens, a quarter of an avocado (or a tablespoon of sunflower or pumpkin seeds, or an ounce of cheese), and a vinaigrette dressing that includes a tablespoon of olive oil will yield 30 to 40 grams of fat!

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Spoon 1 to 2 tablespoons of the chicken innards on top of each salad, along with 1 to 2 tablespoons of the juices in the skillet.

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For example, the recipe above can be made into a more substantial maincourse salad by adding chopped, cooked chicken, turkey, or ham, allowing about 2 oz (60 g) per portion.

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  • Hello LBL, I really like your videos thanks very much for the ideas. I also like bread, but it has too many calories and it is low in protein, would you make soy flour bread?

  • Cool, easy recipe as always. Is this her first time on cam, she seemed so natural, expected it to be so cringe-worthy when I first saw the intro and I was pleasantly surprised.

  • It would be a shame if you did not get ripped when other normal people get ripped easily with Elite Muscle Formula (check it out on Google).

  • @zaika1982 i am starting to think companies put sugar in everything to get people addicted to their pre-packaged products… why would someone need sugar in chicken? that just doesn’t make sense…

  • It’s funny I’ve always steered clear of the “canned” meat because of the sodium but like you said if you sweat a bunch which I do then you’ll need to replace the sodium you’ll loose. I mean it’s convenient those cans of meet that could potentially help you get your protein in much easier and over all better then the alternative which for me would be a hamburger or something along those lines from a fast food joint.

  • Blast!!!! Just went to the grocery store for the ms dash products. They have original, herb and garlic, and lemon pepper only:(:(

  • very nice brother rajat, i loved the recipe even the way you’re telling to us to prepare it:) i will try it for sure:) all the best for everything:)

  • I just used to boil chicken…but you really gave me an idea on how to make it better taste wise.. I’ll definitely try to make this salad.

  • perfect salad, i bought the same rightnow and was wondering if i could use my chicken breast inside can with a ready to eat salad and yeap.

  • Hi Lee, I enjoy your content and hope you carry on making great videos. I just wanted to ask, what do you feel about vegan bodybuilding? There have been studies showing a large correlation between high protein (esp. animal protein) diets and cancer rates. I’ve transitioned to vegan and feel great. What are your thoughts? Cheers:)

  • Good food STARTS with proper SANITATION, the sink, walls and counter top, Lets NOT forget that Disgusting rag near the sink. It’s All on camera! This is why I Don’t eat Everybody’s food.

  • im 16 and IN LOVE with ur channel, like i try everything u make, and while i was watching this mom came in…. while u were saying tht Alyssa is the sexiest of all sexiness lol, it took a long time to convince her tht it was a cooking channel, buti did, and she loved it:P

  • Nice video Lee the only thing I would add for those who might be cutting or watching there calories is I would go with a Fat Free Ranch dressing instead of light.There is a big difference in the calories.