Jamaican chicken salad is an ideal  mouthwatering cuisine for lovers!

EXOTIC JAMAICAN CHICKEN SALAD IS NOT ONLY REFRESHING BUT A WONDERFUL HEALTHY EATING  CUISINE.

This cuisine is definitely a dish to replace rice, beans and curry goat dish at weekends.Once you follow the recommendations here, you can enjoy this special salad at least every weekend or every fortnights.

RECIPES/INGREDIENTS/PREPARATIONS FOR 2 OR 4 PEOPLE AND 4 SERVINGS:

1..4-6 skinless and boneless chicken breast halves (about 3lbs in weight)

2..8 cups bite-size pieces mixed salad greens or 1 head Romaine lettuce torn into bite sizes.

3..1 Papaya, washed, peeled,seeded and cubed

4..2 medium green bell peppers each cut into sizes as you desire.

5..1/3 cup fat-free Caesar or Italian salad dressing

6..2 medium red onions chopped or sliced

7.. 2tbsp of chopped fresh thyme or sprinkle of mixed herbs

8.. 1/2 crushed red chilli pepper + salt and  any other type of ingredient you and your family love and enjoy.

Cooking starts with heating of the gas or electric grill.

Follow up and mix thyme, red chilli pepper, salt and allspice, rub on the chicken breasts with the back of a spoon.

Cover and grill the breasts allowing 6-7 inches from medium heat for 25-30 minutes, turning at least 3 times until the juice of the chicken is no longer pink when centres of the thickest pieces are cut. After 5-10 minutes, add the sliced onions and the bell peppers; grill, turning 2 or 3 times, until the chicken breasts are brown,crisp, soft and tender.

Cut the chicken pieces into any size or sizes as you may like and finally, toss salad greens and dressing. Carefully and gently toss salad mixture with grilled vegetables and papaya.

Congratulations! You have done a great  cooking job and you can now serve salad mixture with the chicken pieces.

You can serve with (B) Reduced Fat Refrigerated Tube Rolls.

Now you can see how easy it is to prepare Jamaican chicken salad.

NUTRITION VALUES OR FACTS:

220 calories, 4g fat, 2g Saturated fat; 18 carbohydrates, 29g protein and 4g dietary fibre.    Shredded roast duck!





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