Sunday, May 5, 2013

Mediterranean Chicken Salad

A few weeks ago, I made this chicken salad for my daughter's school potluck.  I wanted something healthy and flavorful.  It's simple- if you have the ingredients.

Hope you enjoy!

  • Roast the chicken in zataar, salt, a little sumac, and olive oil.
  • When cool, pull chicken apart or chop up.
  • Mix half yogurt and half labne (you can add a spoon of mayo if you want).
  • Add salt, dukkah, finely chopped shallots, and rough cut dried apricots (I also added some homemade mustard).
  • Mix well and combine chicken and yogurt mixture.
  • Season more if you like
  • Pour thinly pomegranate molasses (about 1-2 tsp max).  Mix well and top with more dukkah and apricots

Serve with Pita, veggies, or chips.









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3 comments:

  1. YUM!!! I would love to make this vegetarian-style for myself and your recipe for my husband.
    Thanks for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist at Back to the Basics. Hope to see you again tomorrow!

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  2. These sound so good, would have to be a treat for me though as the bloke doesn't eat cheese and runs a mile from marmite! I think a stash of these in the freezer would keep me happy for a while though :)more

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