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Buffalo Chicken Salad {Low Carb, Grain Free}

18 Jul

Buffalo Chicken Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

Last night we were looking for something to do with our leftover baked (GF) chicken from the previous evening, and we were in the mood for a salad. I also had some blue cheese on hand, so decided to make my easy blue cheese dressing, which led to this Buffalo Chicken Salad…

  • chopped greens (we used romaine and iceberg lettuce)
  • sliced fresh tomato
  • chopped cooked chicken tossed in a sauce made from 2Tb melted butter and 1/4C GF hotsauce
  • homemade blue cheese dressing
  • chopped celery

That’s it, super easy and delicious, as well as low carb!

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2 responses to “Buffalo Chicken Salad {Low Carb, Grain Free}

  1. David

    August 31, 2012 at 11:43 am

    Sounds delicious and looks fab. How do you find going G/F and W/F. Is there anything you miss?

     
    • Gretchen without Grain

      August 31, 2012 at 1:23 pm

      Glad you think it looks yummy! When it comes to food, there isn’t anything I miss because there are such great wheat-free alternatives that don’t make me feel awful. However, what I DO miss is the convenience and social outlet of being able to go a restaurant and just order off the menu without having to ask a hundred questions or have only a couple choices (like salads or bunless burgers.) Because it’s so limited, we just don’t go out very often anymore (food is SO much better at home), and I do miss that. I think as more people become aware of how damaging grains can be and stop eating them, the demand will shift and there will be more choices!

       

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