Curried Chicken Salad
Today I’m sharing a Curried Chicken Salad, a recipe from The SkinnyTaste Cookbook, by Gina Homolka, a fresh lunch or dinner entree!
Last week I made Skinnytaste’s Curried Chicken Salad for lunch, and like Gina, I dreamed about it for days! Not only did I enjoy it, my husband and son did as well.
All of Gina’s recipes are so healthy, fresh, easy, nutritional, tasty, and seriously, I think her The Skinnytaste Cookbook may be my new best friend!
I also love Le Creuset, and this 3 1/2 quart braiser is my new favorite piece in my kitchen! (Did you happen to pin my One-Pot Chicken Paprika Thigh recipe?)! Their pieces are gorgeous enameled cast iron, perfect to use with Gina’s fabulous recipes (in her new book), such as her Mongolian Beef and Broccoli or Chicken Marsala.
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Today’s recipe, Curried Chicken Salad, makes (5) 1 cup servings, but I just knew the recipe would be so good, I doubled it. I also used rotisserie chicken. YUM. Perfect for school lunches, a formal luncheon, a baby or wedding shower, tea party … fun for fall entertaining!
Gina’s my good friend who I adore and she blogs at Skinnytaste.com.
She is positive, inspirational, she’s been sharing her “skinny” recipes for years, helping people with nutritional, lower calorie foods, and she genuinely cares about her family, community, blogging community, NYC, the world! She’s a lover of people and helping people, I would say, in many ways.
Her beautiful book.
You’ll have to read her story in her book (with gorgeous photography), how she got started with blogging and creating healthy recipes, but I will tell you that her book will help you with calorie count, eating healthy, taking charge of your kitchen, and eating REAL food. If you don’t win today, you can buy your own copy, HERE. Better yet, stock up on this book for gifts. I did!
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I said, Amen, sister! Let’s do it!!
So my prediction is that Gina has already done it – written a NY Times Bester Sellers book! Let’s sit back and watch it happen!
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Skinnytaste's Curried Chicken Salad
This post is sponsored by Skinnytaste and Le Creuset.
Hi! Does the cookbook possibly say how many WW points this is salad is?
Once Fall descends, I am butternut squash in hand and quick to roast, stuff and enjoy!
Skinnytaste’s Pumpkin Turkey Chili
My favorite fall dish is stuffed squash with sausage and quinoa.
Thanks for the giveaway!!!
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Soups of any kind…
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