Summer RV Recipes: Crispy Chicken Salad

At Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma, we know that traveling often means eating on the go. But, if you’re interested in a culinary masterpiece that can be prepared while you RV, why not try this dish?

Leisure Time RV chicken salad

Light and savory, a crispy chicken salad has everything you need to get your greens while eating protein. This dish is very easy to make, and you only need a few things on hand.

You’ll need:

  • Two crispy chicken breasts per person
  • Premade salad or…
  • One head of lettuce
  • Carrots
  • Cucumbers
  • Tomatoes
  • Salad dressing of your choice (honey mustard, ranch, thousand island, or blue cheese go well with this dish)

Now, to prepare this dish, you’ll need to place your premade salad in bowls, or, if you’re using homemade ingredients, grate two carrots per six people, cut up one cucumber for six people, slice two tomatoes for six people, and dice the lettuce head.

You can adjust those ingredients as necessary for your group.

Now, if you have a grill, you can crisp your chicken fingers. In an oven, they take approximately 17 to 20 minutes at 400 degrees. If you’re using a grill or stovetop, you’ll want to crisp them for approximately 7 minutes per side.

When the chicken is crispy and ready, you can either serve two chicken strips with each salad, or you can chop the strips into smaller, bite-sized pieces. Add the dressing you like, and you have a great, healthy meal for yourself and your group.

Optional toppings include cheese, bacon bits, croutons, or whatever else you may think of.

The great thing about this meal is that once the chicken has been cooked, you don’t need to heat up the leftovers. You can simply save the extra in a refrigerator and eat it cold, so you can easily have a quick snack ready at a moment’s notice.

This is just one of the great summertime recipes out there; let us know what you think. Do you have any recipes to share with us at Leisure Time RV? Send us a comment! If you’re in the market for a new RV, come see us today.

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