Persimmon Cranberry Chicken Salad

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This winter Persimmon Cranberry Chicken Salad is packed with flavour and texture, not to mention the vitamins for your immune system.

Hello everyone! Can you believe it’s February? Let me congratulate us on this important event. The most depressive (Statistically speaking) and darkest month, January, is over. While winter isn’t over yet (February can be extremely cold, again statistically speaking), we’re getting closer to spring! That’s exciting. You know hat else is exciting? This Persimmon Cranberry Chicken Salad.

We love seasonal salad for an opportunity to incorporate various fruit and vegetables throughout the year. Clearly, winter is associated with citrus fruit and cranberries to me. That absolutely makes sense as they’re packed with essential for the cold time of the year Vitamin C. However, citrus fruit aren’t the star of my recipe today – persimmons are.

This year I have already shared two recipes featured persimmons – this Persimmon Bacon Goat Cheese Salad and Persimmon Avocado Shrimp Salad. It’s the time for another delicious idea. This Persimmon Cranberry Chicken Salad features everything delicious:

  • Aromatic persimmons;
  • Tart and juicy oven roasted cranberries (Roasting of them brings up so much flavour!)
  • Juicy pan-fried chicken breasts;

This salad doesn’t need a separate dressing. Instead the juice from the roasted cranberries with some honey serves this purpose.

And the best part? It takes less than 30 minutes to make and assemble. Great deal, don’t you think so?

Cheers for now.

4 thoughts on “Persimmon Cranberry Chicken Salad

  1. Neil says:

    What a great winter salad Ben. As you say perfect for topping up your immune system in winter! As I mainly eat soups in winter and salads in summer, this winter salad will make a change. Love the roasted cranberries!
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  2. Kelsie | the itsy-bitsy kitchen says:

    Roasted cranberries and persimmons? I’m all over this salad! It will definitely brighten up dark February days!

  3. David @ Spiced says:

    You’ve got so many fun winter flavors in this salad, Ben! At first, I expected this to be a traditional “chicken salad” with mayo and such on a sandwich. I like the idea of serving it with lettuce greens instead! Although, to be fair, I bet the flavors in this would make for a delicious chicken salad sandwich, too!
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