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Greek Chicken (Not)Pasta Salad

Posted on May 02, 2016 by Alyssa Cassidy

I'm currently on a surprise Whole30. 

What's a surprise Whole30 you ask? Well one that just kind of popped up out of nowhere. I was very strategically planning my January Whole30, because 1. nothing happens in January worth indulging in. 2. It's post holiday gluttony makes it feel somewhat necessary. But this random April/May Whole30 so far has felt very different. 

I feel like this time around I'm a little more committed to it, like I've really got the right mindset this time. And maybe that's because I truly felt I needed to do another Whole30 to get a handle on my sugar dragon and "clean up my act" so to speak. 

I've been getting REALLY into new meals on this Whole30 so maybe that's why I'm feeling better about it so early on (day 5!) I whipped this up the other day using a combination of things I had prepped earlier in the week and it was so delicious I had to share it with you, perfect for whether you're Whole30-ing or not.

For this delicious meal, you will need:

(serves 1!)

1-2 cups zucchini noodles (or chopped zucchini)

1/3 cup shredded chicken (I make a ton of chicken thighs in my instant pot at the beginning of each week and shred it for things just like this!)

1 Tbsp Primal Kitchen Mayo

1-2 Tbsp Primal Kitchen Greek dressing

2 Tbsp marinated artichokes (THIS RECIPE is delicious and SO easy)

a small handful of chopped grape tomatoes

compliant pepperonis, chopped

compliant olives (check your labels, our Sunfood Botija are Whole30!)

optional, fresh herbs: I used a tiny bit of fresh basil.

Place zucchini on a plate. In a small bowl, mix chicken with mayo, and place atop zucchini, drizzle with Greek dressing, then top with the rest of your ingredients. 

Posted in dinner, greek, paleo, pasta, recipe, sides, whole 30, whole30



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