Succulent herbaceous chicken, plums sautéed in honey, fresh rosemary, and mustard, and toasted hazelnuts result in this delicious Plum Chicken Hazelnut Salad.
Plum Chicken Hazelnut Salad
As some of you probably noticed, I’ve been busy with one exciting project this year. I’ve been updating photos to my old posts. So far, I have updated about 20 recipes (I hope my current mood and style stay with me for a while at least as these projects are time-consuming).
I am that kind of cook who rarely repeats one dish. Also, I extremely rarely make the same dish within one year (Unless Andrey starts begging me). Having said that, I love this project for the opportunity to eat some food once again.
Besides, when you’re trying to limit yourself in carbs and sugars, it’s a solid excuse to bake some donuts. Afterall, that’s not for my joy. Sometimes you need to sacrifice your diet for your blog and readers, right?
On the other hand, it’s strange to come back to the texts written two-three years ago.
Some of them most of them look ludicrous now. I know that our perspective on life changes with years, but this understanding doesn’t help much when you see those naive texts.
Sometimes I tweak old recipes because I don’t normally make the same dish exactly like before.
A couple of weeks ago I was going to make this Roasted Plum Chicken Salad. I was going to make a few changes such as adding nuts and treating the chicken slightly different. Then I thought I would like to cook the plums differently too. I also incorporated more flavor by adding smoked paprika, tarragon mustard, and garlic powder. Spinach instead of arugula. I even switched my favorite combination of olive oil and butter for coconut oil for a healthy version.
Hmmm…What’d left from the old recipe? Good question. I always tell people that my salads are just some ideas which can be easily adjusted to someone’s taste. But in this case, I decided it would be easier to post a new recipe rather than make all these changes. Am I smart? :)
Please enjoy this old (new) Plum Chicken Hazelnut Salad.
Hi – I’m Ben, a blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer. I’m glad you’re here! I hope you will enjoy hundreds of delicious recipes and a pinch of havoc in the kitchen.