So, as I was paging through the catalog, I came across this recipe for warm lemon-pepper chicken salad. The ingredients looked good, fairly healthy and something I could whip up and serve easily. So I stopped at Cub on the way home to pick up the few things I didn't have, and headed home to make it.
The finished product, tossed and ready to serve.
First I tossed the snap peas in my veggie steamer (read: rice cooker, probably my favorite wedding gift next to my Kitchenaid).
While those were steaming, I chopped all the veggies. The recipe calls for quartered artichoke hearts, marinated. I just grabbed a can of plain ole hearts out of the cupboard and chopped them into quarters myself.
Once those were chopped, I rubbed the chicken with lemon pepper seasoning, tossed it on the indoor grill (we didn't buy the outdoor grill until the next day), and chopped up the potatoes.
Blurry, but I think I finally figured out my camera!
I boiled the potatoes, and tossed it all together.The dressing was quite easy to make, and I liked making my first homemade dressing!
It got rave reviews all around, and we've already put it on our menu for April. I kinda can't wait, it was really good!
One more time, because it was just that good.