For those of you who saw my insta-story, I hope you’re excited for this Kale Caesar Salad! I actually posted this YEARS ago and completely forgot about it! Then a few weeks ago, my friends asked me about it and I realized I needed to resurrect it. Why? Because it’s so. freaking. good.
I originally made this as a vegetarian salad, but then I heard about Jewel-Osco’s exclusive new Open Nature® Air Chilled Chicken. I try to limit my meat intake and when I do eat it, I like it to be really great quality. This totally fits the bill – so I added some breaded cutlets on top. The perfect combo!
Okay, but what is Open Nature Air Chilled Chicken?
Good question! This chicken is unique because it’s fed a flaxseed diet which means more omega-3’s (over 300% higher!) and 40% lower cholesterol than your typical chicken. They are also individually processed with purified air to maintain the best flavor. Oh, and no antibiotics, cage free, American Humane Certified, and no added hormones. Basically, if I’m going to eat chicken… this is what I’m looking for.
That being said, if I’m being honest, the real star of this Kale Caesar Salad is the homemade dressing. Honestly, this might be my favorite salad dressing of all time – and it’s also WAY healthier than bottled Caesar dressings you’d find in the stores. It’s bright, flavorful, and full of roasted garlic… and who wouldn’t want that?!
Instead of just baking or grilling the chicken, I wanted to cook it in a way that really compliments the salad. And then it hit me – I should bread it! My mom’s been cooking chicken this way since before I can remember and it never disappoints. If you’ve never cooked chicken this way, especially if you have kids, you have to try it. You’ll be hooked!
Have you ever made your own Kale Caesar Salad?
Dressing and all? I’ll be honest, the idea of making my own used to intimidate me too. But now that I’ve tried this, I’ll never go back!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Companies. The opinions and text are all mine.