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Salad with Chicken and Mushrooms

Type: Salads
Servings: 4
Ready in: 45 min.
Calories: High
This salad rose to fame due to successful combination of chicken, cheese and mushrooms. The garlic croutons add the special piquancy.

Ingredients

Chicken fillet 400 g
Cheese 200 g
Bread 150 g
Pickled mushrooms 300 g
Garlic 5 clove
Mayonnaise 200 g

 

Stages of cooking

1
Dice the bread, combine it with minced garlic and then drizzle it with olive oil. Dry it in the frying pan. Put the croutons on the paper napkin to get rid of the oil’s excesses and cool the croutons.
2
Cook the chicken in the salted water, cool and then dice it.
3
Rinse the mushrooms in the cold water. Chop them. All the ingredients should be of the same size.
4
Dice the cheese.
5
Combine all the ingredients and dress the salad with mayonnaise before serving it.

 

 

 

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