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12 ounces boneless chicken breast (2-3) 3 T olive oil, divided 1 cup whole wheat couscous 2 U.S.-grown medium red apples 1 T lemon juice, divided 1 fennel bulb 1 T balsamic vinegar 1 T sugar ¼ tsp salt 1/8 tsp ground black pepper 3 oz fresh baby spinach (about 3½ cups) 2 T chopped walnuts, pecans. 12 ounces boneless chicken breast (2-3 breasts) 3 tablespoons olive oil (divided) 1 cup whole wheat couscous 2 medium red apples 1 tablespoon lemon juice (divided) 1 fennel bulb 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper 3 1/2 cups Fresh Baby Spinach 1/8 cup walnuts (chopped, may use pecans or almonds). Recipe Preparation Using a fork, mix apple, fennel, shallot, chicken, mayonnaise, chives, tarragon, lemon zest, and 1 Tbsp. lemon juice in a medium bowl until well combined.

Season with sal. 1 Fennel Bulb, halved and sliced (1/4″ slices) 1 Tbsp Lemon Zest 1/2 cup Chicken Broth 2 Tbsp Cornstarch. 1 cup uncooked Whole-Wheat Couscous 2 cups Water 1/4 cup Olive Oil Juice of 1 Lemon. Directions: Combine the Spices and Salt in a small bowl. Sprinkle over the Chicken breasts, making sure to get the spices on both sides.

Chicken Salad with Apple, Celery Root and Fennel Céléri rémoulade is a classic French slaw-like salad made with celery root and mayonnaise. We built on that and turned it into this bright, fresh chicken salad. The celery root is prepared two ways: Half is cut into. In a medium skillet over medium heat, heat 1 tablespoon olive oil.

Add couscous, shaking pan occasionally, and cook until golden brown, about 2 to 3 minutes. Pour in 2 cups water and salt, then bring to boil. Reduce heat to simmer and cook couscous until tender, about 6 minutes; drain and rinse. Transfer the cooked couscous to a large bowl and set aside to cool.

Add the parsley, rosemary, thyme, apple, dried cranberries, and almonds. For the vinaigrette: In a small. Have you ever caramelized fennel?

Browning this vegetable in a skillet transforms it into something completely different from its crisp, raw state; all but a trace of the anise flavor melts away and the fennel becomes tender, mellow, and sweet. Caramelized fennel melds perfectly with the textures and flavors of nutty chickpeas, succulent olives, orange, and lemon – and spooned over couscous. Apple, Fennel & Chicken Salad with Couscous Get Recipe Non-fat Milk.

Plate Cost for 4 People $13.77 ($3.44/serving)* Fruits & Veggies per Serving 1.75 Cups Featured Recipe Apple, Fennel & Chicken Salad with Couscous Recipe Cost for 4 People: $12.78 ($3.19/serving)* Nutrition Info: Calories: 520. Apples, onions, fennel and garlic combine with chicken thighs, herbs and wine for a savory and satisfying entrée. Serve over rice, accompanied by a simple fall greens salad for a complete meal.

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Once the couscous was tender, we sautéed the fennel along with some sliced onion; the baby spinach just needed to be stirred in off the heat until it was lightly wilted.

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  • Looks good… I’m from & in Central West Florida… Tampa,
    I hear Gators, Raccoons, Sandhill Cranes, Red Birds, Frogs, Crickets, Geckos, Bob Cats, Horned Owls, and so many more on my property this mating season… Thanks for a different way of this Wonderful Salad ����
    No Geese live here

  • I think it’s a good time to prepare this salad soon, isn’t it? The grapes must be really fresh at the end of August/beginning of September. Watching it from Dnipro in Ukraine 😉

  • From Cape Town South Africa winter animals quiet and country in 4 months noe Lockdown.Luv the different touch on a waldorf salad. Thanks.Lekker eet

  • WOW WOW THANK YOU JAMIE OLIVER FOR YOUR SALMON AND COUSCOUS RECIPE TO DAY ❤����
    I LOVE IT.
    TONIGHT IS GOING TO BE MY BLESSED AND DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DINNER AMEN ��❤

  • Hello from Toronto, Ontario! Just discovering some new salads I’ve never tried before, this one looks awesom! Thanks Jamie! (P.S. I live in the suburbs, not too many animals around, and most people are trying to enjoy what’s left of the summer here, while in quarantine). Happy summer!

  • From an Indian in Australiayou are such an amazing person. I try your recipesthey always come out perfect. Thanks for teaching us advanced level techniques.

  • my dumbass for real tought i needed to fry it���� anyways thank you for showing me how to do it!! i’m trying to diet and this just looks amazing!!��✊��✊��

  • i am from noth africa with eat couscous every weekend and oh my god our couscous is being a joke at western kitchen RIP couscous

  • 4 years later! Loved JO’s take on waldorf. It shall shine very soon on my table. Thank you. And I’m from Pakistan and follow JO (also subscribed) to him on you tube. Love his recipes. Tried his roasted chicken with lemon, butter and cream….. Divine!