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Boar’s Head Inside Out Chipotle Chicken Salad (Sponsored Video)


Picture & Recipe Courtesy of Boar’s Head premium deli meats & cheeses. Discover Bold Flavor

If you are bored with your daily food then add some bold flavors and make your day more delicious. Boar’s Head Bold came up with a new selection of premium meats and cheeses that are packed with flavor … and a little heat! The best part of Boar’s Head products are their meats and cheese contain no fillers, gluten, artificial color, flavor or trans fat. The new and bold flavor includes Mexico-inspired Chipotle Gouda, Jerk Turkey Breast, Baja-Mexico-inspired Chipotle Chicken Breast, Brazilian-inspired 3 Pepper Colby Jack. This flavor packed meat and cheese would make amazing wraps and sandwiches but I would insist to try them to make some interesting salads. I am sharing one such delicious salad recipe with you and I am sure you will love it.



Inside Out Chipotle Chicken Salad

Ingredients
  • 2tbsp Boar's Head Deli Dressing
  • 3 slices Boar's Head 3 Pepper Colby Jack
  • 3 slices Boar's Head Chipotle Chicken
  • 1cup baby arugula , loosely packed
  • 3 toothpicks
Cooking Directions
  1. Lay chicken slices on a clean, flat work surface. Place one piece of cheese on top of each chicken slice.
  2. Toss Arugula lightly with Deli Dressing and place in middle of each piece of cheese.
  3. Starting at one end, tightly roll up chicken and cheese to enclose Arugula. Use toothpick to secure roll; repeat for remaining slices.
Click to discover the bold flavors!         

This post is sponsored by Boar’s Head.

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