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CHICKEN AND CRACKED-WHEAT SALAD

Category:    Salads, Chicken
Yield: 6 servings
 
  1 1/4 c  Water                             3/4 c  Cracked wheat (bulgar)
      1    Cucumber                            2 c  Cooked chicken cubed
    1/2    Bunch red radishes                1/2    Sweet yellow pepper
    1/4 c  Fresh mint chopped                3/4 c  Vinaigrette dressing
      1 tb Lemon juice, fresh                  1 c  Coarsely chopped parsley
      2    Green onions                             Lettuce leaves   OR
      3    Sweet red peppers              
 
  1. Combine water and cracked wheat, refrigerate overnight. 2. Cut cucumber
  in half lengthwise, core, dice. 3. Halve and slice radishes. Core, seed and
  dice the yellow pepper. 4. In large bowl, combine chicken, radishes, yellow
  pepper, mint,
     cucumber, vinaigrette, lemon juice, and (3/4 tsp salt).* 5. Slice green
  onion.  Sprinkle parsley and green onion over chicken
     mixture.  Do not stir in.  Refrigerate overnight. 6. To serve: add
  cracked wheat to chicken mixture, tossing well until
     mixed.  Serve on lettuce-lined plates on spoon into red pepper
     halves. (*Note: I would omit the salt but have put it in here in
  brackets Serve with cherry tomato halves mixed with chick peas, and sliced
  peaches with Ricotta Cream. 

 

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