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Southwestern Style Chicken Fajita Salad


Southwestern Style Chicken Fajita Salad

Southwestern Style Chicken Fajita Salad

PREP TIME: 10min COOK TIME: 10min
Serves 4

PREP TIME: 10min COOK TIME: 10min
Serves 4

  • 470
  • 24g
  • 1380mg
  • 3g
    Sat. Fat
  • 7g
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Ingredients Ingredients


3/4 cup Corn Kernels

1/2 cup Jicama, diced

1/2 cup Red Bell Pepper, diced

1/2 cup Ranch Dressing

1/2 cup Pickled Jalapeno, chopped

1/2 cup Red Onion, diced

1 Lime, zested and juiced

4 cups Romaine Lettuce, chopped

1 (15 oz) can Black Beans, drained and rinsed

Tortilla strips for garnish

1 tbsp Olive Oil

Step 1

Step 1


Heat the olive oil in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté the corn, jicama, red bell pepper and red onion for 2 to 3 minutes. Add the chicken and continue cooking for 4 to 5 more minutes until the vegetables are softened and the chicken is heated through.

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Step 2


In a small bowl, stir together the ranch dressing, chopped pickled jalapeño, lime zest and lime juice. Set aside until ready to serve.

Step 3

Step 3


Divide the chopped lettuce onto 4 individual salad plates. Scatter the chicken, sautéed vegetables and black beans over the lettuce.

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Step 4


Spoon the jalapeño ranch dressing over the chicken salad. Top with tortilla strips and serve.

tip TIP

TIP: Jicama, pronounced Hick-a-ma. Also known as a Mexican water chestnut. Jicama has crisp white flesh, the texture of a potato and the taste of an apple. You can find jicama in most grocery stores next to the coconuts, plantains, lemons and limes. Look for firm, round tubers, and store in a cool, dark place for up to 1 month; refrigerate after cutting. Wash jicama like potatoes. To slice, cut off the top and bottom to make a flat surface, and then peel with a vegetable peeler or paring knife.

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Southwestern Style Chicken Fajita Salad

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Give your salad a little Southwestern flair. Our chicken fajita salad includes jicama, red bell peppers, jalapenos and black beans. Garnish with tortilla strips. Serves 4

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