Hot chicken & apple salad
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Hot chicken & apple salad
  Chicken    Apple    Salad    Poultry    Microwave  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:53:32 AM. Recipe ID 15368. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Hot chicken & apple salad
 Categories: Salads, Poultry, Microwave
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
    1/2 ts Paprika
    1/4 ts Pepper
      4    (4 Oz.) Boned, Skinned
           Chicken Breast Halves, Cut
           Into Bite Size
      3 tb Unsweetened Apple Cider
      1 c  Diagonally Sliced Carrots
      3 c  (1/2 in.) Cubes Unpeeled
           Granny Smith Apples (1 Lb.)
    1/2 c  (2 Oz.) Gorgonzola
           Cheese Divided
      2 ts Minched Shallots
      2 tb White Wine Vinegar
      4 c  Torn Fresh Spinach
 
  Combine Paprika, Pepper & Pinch Salt in A Plastic Bag. Add Chicken &
  Shake To Coat.  Set Aside.
    Place Cider in An 8 Inch Square Baking Dish; Microwave At High 30-45
  Seconds.  Add Chicken; Cover With Wax Paper & Microwave At
  Medium-High 6 To 7 Min., Stirring Every 3 Min.  Drain Chicken & Set
  Aside.
     in Reserved Apple Cider Mixture, Add Carrots; Cover With Plastic &
  Vent. Microwave At High 2 Min.  Stir in Apples; Microwave At High 1
  1/2 To 2 1/2 Min. OR Until Apples Are Tender.  Drain, Reserving2 T.
  Apple Cider Mixture in Baking Dish.
     Combine Apples, Carrots, Chicken & 1/4 C. Cheese in A Bowl; Toss&
  Set Aside.
    Add Vinegar & Shallots To Reserved Apple Cider Mixture in Baking
  Dish; Microwave At High 1 Min.  Drizzle Over Chicken Mixture With
  Remaining 1/4 C. Cheese & Serve Warm.
        About 247 Cal. Per 1 & 1/2 C. Chicken Mixture, 1 C. Spinach & 1
  T. Cheese.
        (Fat 6.  Chol. 76.)
 




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Recipe ID 15368 (Apr 03, 2005)

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