Summer's Everyday Salad
This easy to make, filling and delicious salad is one of my go-to meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
|6||Ounce||Romaine Lettuce (Finely Chopped)|
|1||Ounce||Red Onion (Diced)|
|1 1⁄2||Ounce||Baby Carrots (Julienned)|
|1 1⁄2||Ounce||Red Pepper (Diced)|
|2||Ounce||Sugar Snap Peas (Cut)|
|4||Ounce||Turkey Breast (Diced)|
|1||Tablespoon||Ketchup, Low Sugar|
|1||Teaspoon||Gulden's Mustard (Zesty Honey or Spicy Brown)|
Mix all the veggies in a bowl or on a plate. Sprinkle the turkey with a little dried oregano and cook or reheat. Let the turkey rest for a moment. Add the condiments to your salad and mix well. Once tossed, add the turkey.
From coworkers to celebrities to clients, I am always asked about my diet, and what I eat. I do have a certain way of eating; I figured out what works for me, and it is important that you do the same by staying in tune with your body. That said, one of my go-to meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner is this easy to make, filling and delicious salad.
If you are looking to cut calories from your meals, the dressing is an amazing alternative to the low calorie dressings on the store shelves, and tastes so much better in my opinion.
Make this salad a side dish by not adding the turkey. For some variety, you can use cutlet or ground turkey, but also feel free to change up the type of protein you use, opting for tuna, shrimp, chicken or whatever works for you. I will give a slight variation of this salad using shimp later.