Bowtie Chicken Caesar Salad Recipe
(Originally posted 2010)
My church calling has kept me really busy lately. Every couple of weeks it seems like we have a stake function where we are feeding between 100 and 200 people.
Only four of us make up the stake RS presidency so even though the food assignments are divided, each of us are still making a lot of food!
This past week I was in charge of salad for 150 women.
I remembered a chicken recipe my cousin Amy had sent me a while ago for a salad that fed a crowd so I went searching for it in my emails.
I made it 3 times last week: once for the missionaries, for the RS event, and then I made it for a BBQ.
This Bowtie Caesar Salad has chicken, almonds, croutons, parmesan cheese and a little twist…bowtie pasta. People are always surprised to see it in a green salad.
I like the addition of the pasta in the salad because it adds more substance and you can add more pasta to make the salad stretch. All the measurements are approximate…you can adjust it however you like.
OTHER CHICKEN RECIPES:
Yield: 4 servings
This Bowtie Chicken Caesar Salad is a great salad for a crowd. A way to bulk up a salad is to add cooked pasta to it!
bunches Romaine lettuce, chopped
bag garlic croutons
bag Almond Accents/ Roasted Garlic Caesar
Chicken Breasts, cooked and cubed
(you can also use rotisserie chicken, cubed)
bowtie pasta, cooked
4 – 6
shredded parmesan cheese
(I like Brianna’s Asiago or Cardini’s)
Toss all the above ingredients with Caesar dressing right before serving. Serves 20-25.
Source: Amy Bench