Loved this salad. The chicken had a delicious lemony flavor (not too strong) and the dressing complimented the peppery taste of arugula. A perfect spring meal for dinner, or a smaller portion would work well as a side dish.
Herbed Arugula-Tomato Salad with Chicken
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jrouellette Posted: 05/21/10
Trishia64 Posted: 06/17/10
I've made this salad a couple of times already and it is delicious. Quick, easy and it doesn't heat up the house in the summer.
DesireeD Posted: 06/01/10
Both my fiancee and I really enjoyed this recipe. It was light and delicious. I didn't have lemon, so I used orange and I thought it worked well. I will make this one again.
skspillman Posted: 08/19/10
This salad came together very quickly and was a good, quick, summer dinner. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts instead of cutlets but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Served alongside some crusty French bread. Very simple to prepare.
biglove Posted: 05/04/10
Very good! Was a little leary of the salad dressing ingredients at first, but turned out very tasty!
JessicaLuu Posted: 09/19/10
The chicken was so easy to make, and it was so tasty. I think next time I would make more chicken to have some leftover for sandwiches or quesadillas or something. Perfect for hot summer weather.
Belladonna714 Posted: 05/18/11
Yummy salad. I used spring mix because I don't care for arugula. I pounded out the breasts and coated them with pan-searing flour before searing, (which I wouldn't use again because the marinade made it pasty). I would definitely make this again and next time would like to try the recommended French bread side.
springhilllad Posted: 05/13/11
Excellent-no adjustments necessary.
boulderjane Posted: 06/11/11
Quick and delicious. I added sliced English cucumber, chopped sweet red pepper, and a sprinkle of feta cheese.
WhitneyMaass Posted: 04/24/12
Super yummy! I made the dressing ahead of time and marinated the olives in it so they really soaked it up. Also, broiled the tomatoes before adding them to the salad and added some goat cheese before serving. A nice springy salad, will make again for sure!
ReginaN Posted: 05/08/13
Bicicletta Posted: 04/28/13
Due to what I had on hand, I used shrimp. It was an excellent substitution for the chicken. I paired it with a Baked Potato Soup for a nice soup 'n salad supper. I'll definitely do it with chicken when I have a few left-over cutlets or a breast.