Cilantro Lime Chicken Salad and Dressing
Cilantro Lime Chicken
Cilantro Lime Chicken makes a great summertime meal served over salad. After the meat marinates it only takes about 10 minutes of cook time so it doesn’t heat up the kitchen. You could also grill the chicken outside or use a cuisinart griddler. I use dried cilantro in my recipe because it is too hot in my area to grow this herb right now! Did you know that fresh cilantro is known to be a natural cleansing agent, cleansing toxic metals from your body? To read about more health benefits of this herb, check out Medical News Today.
Cilantro Lime Chicken Recipe:
I’m going to try this one! Looks yummy.
The nice thing is that it is very easy to make!
This looks like the perfect summer dish.
Looks and sounds delish! Stopping by from Link Party Palooza and pinning to Pinterest!
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Stopping by from a Little R & R Wednesday linkup. This looks yummy. And easy! About how many servings does this recipe make? Will I have leftover salad dressing? I’d like to maybe keep some of the dressing on hand.
Thanks for stopping by! The dressing makes about 1 1/2 cups. There was definitely dressing left over! I got 3 servings from the chicken but you could easily get 4 depending on your ratio of chicken to salad. Hope that helps!
Sounds great! Found it from the Pinnable party and pinned!
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This sounds amazing, I am so glad you linked up at Blogger’s Pit Stop. Thank you!
THAT marinade sounds delicious!!! 🙂
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So kind of random but do you grow your own cilantro? I can never get mine to stop flowering.
I sometimes grow it in the cooler seasons. It’s too hot in Texas to grow it during the summer months. Although I bought an Aerogarden not too long ago so I’m going to try growing it in there.
This sounds like a fabulous addition to our meal plan and I think I may already have everything on hand to make it! That’s a win!
Going to try this
Have a good week
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Thanks for stopping by Laura! I hope you enjoy this recipe!
This looks SO delicious! I’ve pinned it so I’ll remember to try it.
Thanks for pinning Shelley!
cilantro, citrus and chicken – a winning combo for sure!! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!
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I like the makeover. Roseann, this yummy recipe made the most-clicked list and will be featured on the Blogger’s Pit Stop. Congratulations.
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This sounds amazing!! YUM!
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Sounds like a tasty chicken recipe Pinned 🙂
I love the brightness of cilantro and lime. I will be trying this! Thank you for sharing at Ravenwould.
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I have two comments. The chicken recipe looks really delicious.
I absolutely adore how you put your blog together especially the floral edging at the bottom of your blog. Everything is so feminine and pretty. Very, very well done.
Your lime and chicken salad looks tasty! The dressing would be great on lots of dishes. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle, Roseann! Pinning.
This sounds delicious. Cilantro doesn’t always like me, but I’m going to try this with the dried version and hope! Ha!
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This sounds so yummy! I can’t wait to try it. Pinned.
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Thanks Jen! Hope you enjoy it!
This recipe is on for Friday night! Roseann, I have gone back to exercise and proper diet for 1 and 1/2 weeks now. Slow and steady. Feels delightful already! BTW – I always have pain and fatigue when the barometric pressure is very high. Do you have the same experience? I still try to move and groove for 1/2 the day – sometimes more.
Yes – weather certainly impacts my aches and pains! Glad to hear you are back to exercise! I did yoga last summer and it helped a lot!
Roseann, just came over to say thanks for hosting #BloggersPitStop and saw this in your sidebar. Sounds like something I need to try very soon!
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