Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Wedge Salad with a Twist


I'm a big wedge salad fan, but lately, I'm not really been into red meat, ie: bacon.  Wedge salads typically involve a wedge of lettuce, blue cheese dressing and bacon.  I like this twist on a wedge...it calls for buffalo chicken, which really adds a kick!  

This recipe comes from the talented Val of ValSoCal...you can find the recipe here!  The only changes we made was that we grilled chicken breast tenders and coated it in buffalo sauce, instead of using a rotisserie.  And I added tomatoes!

It was a hearty salad, but still fresh for the warmer weather.  Hubby and I both thoroughly enjoyed!

Hope you enjoy!  Bon Appetit!

xo natasha

Linked to: Tasty Tuesdays

34 comments:

  1. Oooh that looks SO good Natasha...always nice to enjoy a bit of bacon on a salad! :)

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  2. Looks delicious - and if it came from Val - I am sure it's good! I linked up for the first time today with Tasty Tuesdays too - hoping this motivates me to cook more :) Have a good day girl!

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  3. This looks wonderful, So happy to be here visiting you again, I have enjoyed catching up on all your lovely posts, Hope you have a great day my friend.

    Always Wendy

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  4. Yum! We love buffalo chicken on salads!!

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  5. That looks so good! I love anything buffalo flavored!

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  6. This looks really good and a perfect alternative for me since I can't have pork. I am pinning this!

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  7. I might have to try this for myself - I'm a huge fan of the wedge salads, too!

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  8. My mouth is watering...all ingredients will be added to my shopping list for next week :)

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  9. Love this twist. I too love a good wedge salad- who doesn't!!

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  10. OOO YUM! You are pretty much the only gal in the world that can actually make me *want* to eat a salad! (c:

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  11. Yumm!! Your posts about food and recipes always make me so hungry! :)

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  12. This looks so delicious! Are you eating blue cheese/blue cheese dressing? Have you found any pasteurized? I am missing all of my cheeses entirely too much. I did get to indulge at Ray's Hawaiian (at Fashion Island) the other night -- they have pasteurized goat cheese...yum! You're looking great!

    xo
    Brooke

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  13. This looks so good! I love a wedge salad and with buffalo chicken it sounds even better! I do have to admit that instead of the blue cheese dressing the hubby and I usually do ranch and then I add blue cheese crumbles :)

    Andrea
    the-blonde-ambitions.blogspot.com

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  14. Aww, I love your version. Made me instantly hungry!!! YUMMMMMM

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  15. This looks dee-lish!! I LOVE a wedge salad and love buffalo chicken even more! Double score! Thanks for sharing!
    xo,
    Shanna

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  16. Yum! I love a good wedge salad and buffalo chicken is ALWAYS a plus! :)

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  17. Wow! Sounds and looks great. :)

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  18. I love wedge salads- and I am right there with you! I can't do the bacon. So glad you provided this yummy reciepe. :)

    XOXO,

    Sam

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  19. I love a good wedge salad! Opposite of you, bacon sounds amazing but shredded chicken makes this pregnant lady shudder. I'm going to add this to our menu plan!

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  20. That looks absolutely delicious! I've got to try it!

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  21. Mmmmm! Looks yummy! Love everything about it!!

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  22. ohhh my gosh that looks/sounds amazing!

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  23. What a fun twist on this salad! Thanks for sharing!

    Stephanie

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  24. The salad looks and sounds yummy! And I like the twist. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. This salad looks so good!!

    Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  26. Wedge salads are so yummy. This one looks like no exception!

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  27. that looks so good! I love anything buffalo chicken!

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