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Copycat Culver’s Strawberry Fields Salad

by Kristen

I don’t like stopping at fast-food restaurants so much.  Usually, I find that the food contains a lot of calories for just a little satisfaction.   When my family is traveling, we might stop at a fast-food restaurant.  I usually try to get something healthier, like a salad or a grilled chicken sandwich.   But then, I typically end up with a piece of chicken that tastes just like sodium.

One exception for me is Culvers.  I love the grilled chicken sandwiches at Culver’s, and I love their salads. A lot.

But when I am home in Cedar Falls.  Do I need to pay $6.00 for one salad?   Instead, I can buy the ingredients, and make several Strawberry Fields salads!

You can use any chicken you have around on this salad.  I have been into keeping rotisserie chickens in the fridge for salads and sandwiches.  You can also grill some chicken breasts and keep them in the refrigerator.

I love keeping fancy salad toppings around.   I find that adding fruit, nuts, and cheese to a salad makes a salad into a meal.   I love this salad.  I have been really into making salads out of Romain lettuce lately.  I like how Romain lettuce has a nice crunch to it.

I almost always choose the honey-mustard salad dressing when I order salads at Culvers.   I will include my recipe for my homemade honey-mustard too.   If you don’t like honey-mustard, this salad would also taste fantastic with poppyseed dressing.

Strawberry Fields Salad this recipe makes one lunch-sized salad 

Ingredients 

2-3 cups of chopped Romain lettuce

5-10 strawberries- sliced

1/4 cup of crumbled blue cheese

1/2 cup of grilled chicken

1/4 cup of toasted pecans

1/3 cup of honey mustard salad dressing

Honey-Mustard Salad Dressing 

Ingredients 

1/3 cup of Greek Yogurt or Mayo

Two tablespoons of honey

Four tablespoons of dijon mustard

One teaspoon of cider vinegar

One teaspoon canola oil

 

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1 comment

janelle May 14, 2018 - 9:41 pm

i’ve never actually had the culvers version of this salad but love your recipe and am looking forward to having it all summer. its also a fancy lunch to invite other stay home mommas over for.

 
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