Dining Hall DIY: Fruity Chicken Caesar Salad

Pack some protein and vitamins into your salad to get that extra push for finals-week.

With finals approaching, it may be tempting to skip lunch for that review session, but listen to your stomach and brain when they cry out for nourishment. Try whipping up something quick such as this Fruity Chicken Caesar Salad. Crispy bites of chicken pack the protein and energy while raisins and fresh cherry tomatoes give a vitamin-rich boost. Your brain (and maybe even your GPA) will thank you.

Connie and Annie are sisters and bloggers making the most of dining hall fare at the Ratty, Brown University’s dining hall. They blog at Ratty Gourmet.


Fruity Chicken Caesar Salad
Serves 1

2-3 pieces chicken fingers
1 plateful of shredded romaine lettuce
5-8 cherry tomatoes
2 tablespoons raisins
2 tablespoons Caesar salad dressing
6-7 croutons

With a butter knife, dice the chicken fingers into 1/2 inch cubes. Toss the lettuce, tomatoes, and raisins with Caesar salad dressing and top with croutons and diced chicken.

Originally posted on Monday, December 12th, 2011

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