Raspberry Honey Salad

Raspberry Honey Salad

Do you get bored with cooking?

I was super shocked to hear someone say that they were bored with cooking. I have heard many people say they don’t know how to cook and some say they don’t like to cook. I did not understand how someone could be bored. Then I talked with a customer one day who said they struggled with getting enough flavor to come out in their cooking. A light bulb moment happened for me. If people were not getting enough flavor in their meals then that may be why they were so bored with their food. Good food does not have to be boring or lack flavor. This is where Honeyville steps in; I literally am their number one fan!! They make user friendly whipped honeys to add flavor to your everyday meals. I am so excited to say this is a bee-licious meal! This recipe makes approximately 4 servings.

Ingredients:

8 ounces bacon

2 pounds of chicken

1 tsp. ground turmeric

A pinch of Salt and pepper

8 ounces shredded purple Cabbage

1 Orange Pepper

1 Yellow Squash

4 cups of spinach

6 ounces fresh raspberries

½ cup Raspberry whipped honey

1 fresh lemon- juiced

2 Tbsp. Olive Oil

Directions:

Cut up the chicken into medium chunks and put in a bowl to the side. Slice up the squash and orange pepper into strips and place in another bowl on the side. Put the spinach in a big mixing bowl and place to the side.

Cook up the bacon until lightly crispy and place on a paper towel to allow it to cool; save the bacon fat. Add the chunks of chicken into the bacon grease and cook for 5 minutes. Add the turmeric, salt, and pepper and toss the chicken to lightly coat it. Add the cabbage and cook for five minutes, then add the squash, and peppers; cook for another five minutes until desired doneness. Chop up the cooked bacon, rinse the raspberries, and fully drain; place the chicken, vegetables, chopped bacon, and raspberries to the bowl with the spinach.

Take the raspberry whipped honey and place into a mixing bowl. Squeeze a whole lemon in a separate bowl to get all seeds out; then add to the honey, and add the olive oil. Mix together thoroughly. Add to the salad and toss together. ENJOY!!

Tips:

  • Try adding a cup of quinoa or wheat berries
  • Use the bumbleberry whipped honey and add blackberries or blueberries instead
  • Instead of bacon grease use coconut oil
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