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Turkish pea salad with chicken

When you get tired, the usual "standard" lunch (meat, side dishes, salads) gets tired to death. All this can be combined in a delicious, hearty salad and easily taken to work.

Turkish pea salad with chicken
Servings1 Serving
CategoryDifficultyEasy
Ingredients
 150 g Smoked chicken fillet
 60 g Turkish peas (dry weight - if ready / canned, then 120g) or beans
 100 g Cucumber (can also be pickled)
 100 g Peppers (or pickled mushrooms)
Ingredients for Sauce
 60 g Very ripe avocado
 120 g Kefir 2% (or natural yogurt)
 20 g Greens (parsley, dill, basil)
 Lemon juice, salt, pepper (garlic can also be added)
Directions
1

Turkish peas are soaked the night before. Or use ready-made (canned 120g).

2

Cut vegetables and meat.

3

Finished sauce - blends all the ingredients of the sauce.

4

Mix the sauce with the salad.

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Nutrition Facts

Finished product weight 570

Servings 1


1 serving contains
Calories 590
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 22.2g35%
Total Carbohydrate 41.1g14%
Protein 54.4g109%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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