This post is sponsored by Dorothy Lynch. All opinions are entirely my own.
Dorothy Lynch Homestyle Dressing & Condiment is my favorite sweet and spicy condiment! These Dorothy Lynch Chicken Meal Prep grain bowls will please anyone at lunchtime! Sweet Dorothy Lynch Chicken, crunchy cucumbers, chewy farro, savory blue cheese, tomatoes, and corn. This meal can be easily made ahead and stored in the fridge for lunch or dinner in no time at all! – Dorothy Lynch is the perfect sweet and spice condiment that will please everyone in the family, and I recommend drizzling a little more dressing over each grain bowl before eating!
Here we are a year into the pandemic, and we’ve been making food at home for an entire year! Breakfast, dinner, and lunch for the three of us who are home at lunchtime. We’ve had to get creative to keep lunch interesting around here. These Dorothy Lynch Chicken Meal Prep Grain Bowls fit the bill!
These bowls can be made ahead and stored in the fridge days in advance. They have hearty farro, savory bleu cheese, crunchy cucumbers, baby tomatoes, corn, and avocado, which all pair wonderfully with Dorothy Lynch.
I first discovered Dorothy Lynch the first time I met my husband’s parents back in 2005. -( Back then, they were my boyfriend’s parents. 🙂 ) And I have loved it ever since. I have been known to bring it with me when I visit my family in Chicagoland because they enjoy it too! Now you can purchase Dorothy Lynch no matter where you live. Head over to this website to order your bottle online!
Dorothy Lynch was originated in Nebraska in the late 1940s. The recipe was created by a lady named none other than Dorothy Lynch! Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment is sweet with a hint of spice, and it is gluten-free, contains no MSG, cholesterol, or trans fats. Dorothy Lynch is my favorite midwestern condiment. It is sweet and flavorful, and it tastes delicious on almost any meal you can think of!
You can find some really delicious recipes using Dorothy Lynch on their website. You can also find delicious recipe ideas on their social media channels. You can find them on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.
I used Dorothy Lynch in two different ways in this recipe. – I cook the chicken on the stove in the dressing. And I add a small container of Dorothy Lynch Dressing and condiment to each meal prep bowl, meant to be drizzled on top.
Here is what you need for these Grain Bowls
Boneless skinless chicken tenderloins
Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment
Frozen corn, thawed
- Ingredient Tip- If you plan on making these ahead of time, I would pack a whole avocado and slice it right before eating.
The blue cheese pairs perfectly with the sweet and spicy Dorothy Lynch. If you’re not a fan of blue cheese, I would recommend adding crumbled goat cheese.
- 6 cups cooked farro
- 1 pound boneless skinless chicken tenderloins
- 1 tablespoon cooking oil
- 1/3 cup Dorothy Lynch Dressing and Condiment
- 1/2 cup grape tomatoes sliced in half
- 1 cup frozen corn thawed
- 1/2 cup English Cucumbers sliced
- 1 avocado pitted and sliced
- 1/3 cup crumbled blue cheese
- Dorothy Lynch Dressing and Condiment1 garish
Cook the Farro according to the instructions on the package.
Cut up the chicken tenders into chunks.
Pour cooking oil into a saucepan over medium heat. Place chicken in the saucepan and pour the Dorothy Lynch Dressing and Condiment over the chicken. Cook until the chicken is all the way cooked through.
Prepare your vegetables. Slice tomatoes, cucumber, and avocado. Cook the corn in the microwave and let it cool in the fridge.
Prepare your grain bowls. Place a 3/4-1 cup of farro in each bowl. Add chicken, tomatoes, cucumbers, avocados, corn, and blue cheese into each grain bowl.
Pack more Dorothy Lynch Dressing and Condiment to drizzle over the top of the grain bowl
Dorothy Lynch Homestyle Dressing & Condiment is wonderful on a variety of foods. If you like this recipe, you should also check out my Dorothy Lynch Fish Tacos, and my Dorothy Lynch Bacon Wrapped Dates!
Don’t forget to purchase your own Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment and check out all of the fabulous recipe ideas on their website!