Buffalo chicken salad remains the most superior low-carb diet preparation. With toppings of avocado, blue cheese, and homemade ranch dressing, this is all that you will ever need for your dinner or even lunch!
What is Buffalo Chicken
Although many people refer to Buffalo Chicken as fried wings covered with buffalo sauce, I constantly consider my slow-cooker buffalo chicken that quickly pulls apart and goes excellently in tacos, topped on a pizza, or on this Buffalo Chicken Salad.
The salad diet is perfectly healthier than the initial variation and much easier to prepare, all thanks to the slow cooker option. This is clean-eating, re-imagined with impressive breakfast, lunches, or even dinners similar to this.
The focus of this recipe is on the sauce. It is tasty, smoky, and my preferred ingredient of the recipe.
A bottle of Buffalo sauce can always be found in my refrigerator, but exactly what is it?
A Buffalo sauce is a mix of butter, cayenne pepper, and spices, it is tasty, smoky, and includes the correct amount of heat to this buffalo chicken recipe.
What are things to put on the Buffalo Chicken Salad
I understand you may like Buffalo chicken with blue cheese more than with ranch, however, for this recipe, we get both! Listed below are all the garnishes or toppings you will need for this salad:
- Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken
- Diced avocado
- Diced red onion
- Blue cheese falls apart
- Cherry tomatoes
- Home-made ranch
If you possibly can not wait for the slow cooker, then shredded chicken can be used, and blend it with buffalo sauce, believe me, you won’t ever miss a thing!
How to prepare a buffalo chicken salad for a lunchbox
Except for ingredients of avocado and Cattle ranch dressing, all other ingredients can be put together in lunch containers and kept in the fridge for up to 2 days.
If you are making this immediately after preparing the buffalo chicken, you will want to ensure the chicken is at room temperature level or chilled prior to topping it over the lettuce; or else, the salad will wilt.
I like making use of Easy Lunchboxes for the kids to pack this salad, this is because they have different compartments, and I will be able to separate the ingredients or pack extra snacks.
If I am packing it to eat in the office, I like using my meal preparation containers, they are a little bigger and hold up perfectly in my bag and dishwashing machine.
How to keep the salad fresh for lunch
Since Avocadoes get browned very quickly, and the kids won’t like that. If you plan to pack them with the salad, it is better to wait for the morning you plan to eat this for lunch then add them prior to packing into a lunch bag.
To avoid getting the salad soaked, the ranch dressing can be packed into sauce containers and then pack with the remainder of the lunch.
I have actually been using these for years and they are still going strong if you do not keep any on hand.
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