You’ll love this Weight Watchers Chopped Greek Chicken Salad, with grilled chicken, feta cheese, kalamata olives, crunchy cucumbers, and a light vinaigrette!
I discovered a new recipe for a Chopped Greek Chicken Salad, with grilled chicken, feta cheese, kalamata olives, crunchy cucumbers, and a light vinaigrette recently, and decided to try it. Wow! We LOVED it!
We each had a huge bowl of salad, complete with grilled chicken, feta cheese, kalamata olives, crunchy cucumbers, etc. with a light vinaigrette dressing to top if off, and it was a complete meal for us!
The flavor of the chopped Greek chicken salad was amazing… and guess what? It’s a Weight Watchers recipe, so if you are looking to have a light (but filling) meal, a low calorie or Smart Points recipe (6 Points!), then I would highly recommend this main course salad!
As an added bonus… it’s incredibly EASY to prepare, so it’s a WIN-WIN.
How To Prepare Chopped Greek Chicken Salad
The first thing I did was cook the chicken. I used an indoor grill (which only took about 8 minutes), but you can cook the chicken breast any way you would like, or use leftovers. Season chicken lightly with salt/pepper.
Grill or roast chicken breasts (I used 2 thin breasts). When done, set aside to cool for 5 minutes. Once cool, cut into thin slices. Set aside.
**TIP: While chicken is cooking, prep/chop/slice veggies.
Divide the chopped romaine lettuce in half, and place in bowls or on dinner plates. Divide and add chopped (and peeled) cucumber and sliced green onions.
Divide and add the chicken slices and whole kalamata olives.
Now divide and add the fresh chopped tomatoes and crumbled feta cheese to each chopped Greek chicken salad. Doesn’t it look GOOD??? And… wasn’t that incredibly EASY to prepare?
When ready to eat, drizzle each chopped Greek chicken salad with 2 Tablespoons of low-fat vinaigrette salad dressing. Give the salad a toss, to mix ingredients, then serve! Enjoy!
Here are our two dinner salads ready to go! Time to dig into a nice big bowl of scrumptious chopped Greek chicken salad.YUM!
This was a very filling salad, and I will definitely be making it again! I LOVE that even a “lighter than normal” salad can be filled with so many wonderful flavors!
My husband is already wondering when we will have this chopped Greek chicken salad again. Soon… real soon!
I really hope you will consider trying this fantastic chopped Greek chicken salad recipe! You are gonna enjoy it! Have a wonderful day… make the most out of every minute you are blessed with!
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Recipe Source: https://cmx.weightwatchers.com/nui/explore/details2/WWMEAL:5626a7722084d63a3401ea88?mode=featured-recipes&tags=contentTags.food_course.tags:Breakfast&view=list
- 4 cups chilled Romaine lettuce , chopped
- 6 ounces boneless skinless chicken breast (roasted or grilled), sliced.
- Salt/pepper to season chicken
- 1 cup fresh tomatoes , chopped
- 1 cup English cucumber , peeled, chopped
- 4 medium raw scallions (green onions), sliced (white and green parts)
- 18 Kalamata olives (pitted)
- 4 Tablespoons Feta cheese , crumbled
- 4 Tablespoons low fat vinaigrette salad dressing
- Season chicken lightly with salt/pepper. Grill or roast chicken breasts (I used 2 thin breasts). When done, set aside to cool for 5 minutes. Once cool, cut into thin slices. Set aside. TIP: While chicken is cooking, chop and slice veggies.
- Divide the chopped romaine in half and place in bowls or on dinner plates. Divide and add chopped (and peeled) cucumber and sliced green onions. Divide and add chicken slices and kalamata olives. Divide and add fresh chopped tomatoes and crumbled feta cheese.
- Drizzle each salad with 2 Tablespoons of low-fat vinaigrette salad dressing; toss salad, and serve! Enjoy!
Caloric calculation does NOT include low-fat vinaigrette dressing, as there are a variety of low-fat bottled dressings on the market, with varying caloric counts.
If following WW plan, this recipe is 6 Smart Points per serving, if prepared as written.
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