This rainbow salad is packed full of vibrant flavors, not to mention beautiful colors, and is the perfect combination of fruits and vegetables in a salad, all ingredients of which are organic.
When I placed my first Door to Door Organics order I was so excited by all the produce offerings on their site that I think I must have ordered #ALLTHEFRUITSANDVEGETABLES lol. My order contained two boxes, both carefully packaged, and both chuck full of organic produce. I think what surprised me most was the vibrant colors that emanated from the box.
The first thing I thought of was looking down at the box was that it looked like colors of the rainbow. There was everything from rainbow baby carrots (super adorable by the way) to red peppers and blueberries.
The only way to truly do the produce justice was to showcase it and use as many fruits and vegetables as possible. And what better way to use fresh fruits and vegetables than in a healthy salad?
Made with different color fruits and vegetables, this rainbow salad will bring any dreary day to life, something that is much needed here in Wisconsin. I feel like this winter has just been dragged out, endless, and whenever I think it’s getting better, I wake up to a fresh snowfall. So having something to look forward to that reminds me of brighter times is what I’m all about!
Making the salad is something that doesn’t require a lot of work either. The most involved part comes from cooking the chicken and leek together. But even that takes a total of 2 minutes prep and then 12-15 minutes cooking, a really hands off process during which you’ll be putting everything in a bowl for the salad and making the dressing. And since there are fruits as well as vegetables in the salad, I made a dressing that was a little on the sweeter and tangy side, it really ties the salad together and is made with blood oranges, giving it this gorgeous pink color.
Put everything together: the salad, the chicken, the dressing, and you’re left with one delicious rainbow chicken salad.
This post has been sponsored by Door-to-Door Organics, thank you for supporting the brands that make the Sweetphi blog possible, as always, all thoughts and opinions are mine alone.