Ingredients

  • Kale
  • Chicken breast
  • avocado
  • Brown rice
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Dried cranberry
  • Onions
  • Pumpkin seeds/flowers seeds
  • Olive oil
  • Spices: garlic, black pepper, Himalayan salt, apple cider, turmeric, oregano, dried parsley
  • Fresh lime/lemon

$14.00 Exc GST

Holly Chicken kale salad

$14.00 Exc GST

Ingredients

  • Kale
  • Chicken breast
  • avocado
  • Brown rice
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Dried cranberry
  • Onions
  • Pumpkin seeds/flowers seeds
  • Olive oil
  • Spices: garlic, black pepper, Himalayan salt, apple cider, turmeric, oregano, dried parsley
  • Fresh lime/lemon

Size Regular Large
Calories 481 812
Protein 41 69
Carbs 51 81
Good fat 16 26
Fiber 9 13
Sugar 12 12
Sodium 173 mg 274 mg
Cholesterol  85 mg 153 mg

How we prep & cook

Holly Food healthy marinated recipe makes the chicken breast extra juicy and flavorful, as well as the super ingredients such as turmeric, fresh onion, garlic, olive oil, fresh lime or apple cider, dried parsley/oregano, pink Himalayan salt and black pepper enhance the nutrients and meal value. Did we mention our chicken breast is fresh and locally provided from BC farms?!

The cooking methods, time and temperature are other 3 important factors to let us prepare your chicken tasty, healthy and juicy! 74 Celsius degree (165 F) makes our chicken safe for everyone!

The high value nutrients and carefully chosen ingredients like avocado, non-GMO quinoa or brown rice, dried unsweetened cranberry, kale, cabbage, carrots and seeds give you an amazing combination of daily nutrition (dietary fiber, anti-oxidant, monounsaturated fat, vitamins, and minerals, protein, and good carbohydrates) and make our Holly chicken kale salad one our most popular meal ever!

Cook with passion and serve with Love!

Additional Information: Why this meal?

The recipe is simple and almost plant based, With highly nutritious ingredients. Holly Chicken salad is filled with antioxidants and protein. The use of fresh herbs such as onions, carrot, kale, and cabbage, adds just as many antioxidants to this recipe.

Chicken brings along high amounts of vitamin B.

Kale and Chicken Salad contains very high amounts of vitamin B and Selenium.

Here are four health reasons to choose this food your daily meal!

  1. Eat Salads for the Fiber

Eating enough fiber earlier in life lowers the risk of developing heart disease later in life, according to researchers at Northwestern University. Vegetables in salads are good sources of insoluble fiber, which keeps your digestive tract healthy. If you add nuts, seeds or beans to the salad, you’ll get a boost of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keeps blood sugar balanced. Men should get 38 grams and women need 25 grams of fiber in their daily diet. One cup of kale and cabbage with one-half carrot and one-quarter of a red pepper provides 7 percent of men’s and 10 percent of women’s daily fiber intake.

It's hard to believe that something we can't even digest can be so good for us! Eating a high-fiber diet can help lower cholesterol levels and prevent constipation. Moreover eating more fiber can help you feel fuller, eat less, and ultimately lose weight.

  1. Packed with Antioxidants:

Many salad ingredients contain vitamin C and vitamin A in the form of antioxidant carotenoids.

Many experts agree that people need to eat more fruits and vegetables (especially dark green and orange vegetables) and legumes -- all popular salad ingredients.

If you frequently eat green salads, you'll likely have higher blood levels of a host of powerful antioxidants (vitamin C and E, folic acid, lycopene, and alpha- and beta-carotene,) especially if your salad includes some raw vegetables. Antioxidants are substances that help protect the body from damage caused by harmful molecules called free radicals.

  1. Potentially High in Protein

Getting a regular supply of protein is essential because your body doesn’t store it. Chicken breast makes the perfect platform for ingredients that turn a salad into a rich source of protein.

Chicken breast is an excellent source of low-fat protein. Protein helps your body to maintain muscle mass and also helps you to build muscle if you are participating in a strength program. Chicken breast is also a very good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B6, and niacin. Depending on the cooking method you choose, chicken breasts are also naturally low in sodium.

  1. Eat Salads to Get Smart Fats:

Eating a little good fat (like the monounsaturated fat found in olive oil, avocado, and nuts) with your vegetables appears to help your body absorb protective phytochemicals, like lycopene from tomatoes and lutein from dark green vegetables.

A recent study from Ohio State University measured how well phytochemicals were absorbed by the body after people ate a salad of lettuce, carrot, and spinach, with or without 2 1/2 tablespoons of avocado. The avocado-eaters absorbed eight times more alpha-carotene and more than 13 times more beta-carotene (both of which are thought to help protect against cancer and heart disease) than the group eating salads without avocado.

If you dress your salad with a little olive oil, there may even be some additional years in it for you. Italian research on people aged 60 and older has suggested that a diet that includes plenty of olive oil and raw vegetables is linked to reduced mortality.