I've been so crafty and creative lately. (Creativity is relative, my friends.) I've even busted out the sewing machine. AND USED IT! Successfully, I might add.
Usually I just get stuck threading the bobbin. After taking 30 minutes to figure out why no fabric is being sewed together. i know. i know. I claim nothing more than amateur sew-er.
Well, with the help of a few thorough, all-be-it cheesy YouTube tutorials on how to thread the bobbin, what a straight stitch is, and other embarassingly basic things, etc. I made a few VERY cute onesies! Complete with ruffles on the butt! I can only show you one, because I have yet to give away the others and I don't want to ruin it. :)
All that to say, I spent 3 days drowning in crafts when I wasn't corralling the sweetest little walker in all the land and I completely abandoned all housekeeping. Sorry, dear husband of mine. Dinners included leftovers and sandwiches. And one really great salad. Which is the reason for this post. It's such a delicious and easy salad that I have to share.
I don't have any pictures. Because Tyler and I literally ate every little bit of it. And I was ravenous after all my crafting and didn't have the presence of mind to think about this post before the frenzy. You'll just have to trust my words that it's delicious.
Tastiest Asian Chicken Salad
-Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast (about 1 per person) Grilled and sliced thin
-Your choice of lettuce. (My favorite is Spring Mix, but all we had last night was Romaine, which was also crispy and delicious.)
-Red Bell Pepper cut into thin strips
-Cucumber sliced thin
-Snow Peas (We didn't have any last night, and it was still fabulous)
-Totilla Strips or crumbled Tortilla Chips
Other great additions:
You get the idea. Just take any veggies you've got in the fridge and throw them in there.
Dressings- BOTH are crucial to the tastiness of this dish
Honey Lime Dressing:
I'm going to go look at all the pictures of Elle before she was 6 months and cry now. Kidding.