This southwest chicken salad stuffed avocado recipe is perfect for dinners or lunches! Use rotisserie chicken to quickly whip up this healthy meal.
One of my New Year’s resolutions was to eat healthier and I didn’t start off that well. I ate a lot of nachos the first week or two but I’ve been eating better the last few weeks.
I’ve been eating more avocados – they are soooo good for you! For the longest time, I couldn’t stand avocados but I finally got over that and I want to eat them all of the time. I’ve also been eating more vegetables. I’ve come a long way in two weeks since my New Year’s nacho phase.
Southwest Chicken Salad Stuffed Avocado Recipe
If you’re looking for something a little different for lunch or dinner, try this easy southwest chicken salad stuffed avocado recipe. It’s very easy to make and is perfect for those days when you’re short on time.
Start by making the southwest chicken salad. I used some rotisserie chicken breasts so I could save time by not having to cook the chicken. You could use any cooked chicken, however, including canned chicken.
Combine all of the chicken salad ingredients in a medium bowl and pour the dressing on top.
To make the cilantro poblano dressing, I combined those ingredients in a food processor and then added it to the bowl. It’s a thick dressing and I recommend adding a little bit at a time. Some people like chicken salad with a lot of dressing and some don’t.
Then cut your avocados in half and remove the pit. Spoon the southwest chicken salad on top – don’t worry about it looking pretty. It’s going to be a little messy and that’s ok. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on top and grab a fork.
Eat the salad with the avocados and it’s the easiest meal you could possibly make.
There will probably be a little southwest chicken salad left – you could use it to make a stuffed avocado on another day.
Or, if you are a fan of lettuce wraps, you could swap out the avocado for some crisp lettuce. Bread is an option as well if that’s more to your liking.
This recipe makes a large portion of chicken salad. Consider halving the recipe if you want a smaller portion. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
This recipe makes a large portion of chicken salad. Consider halving the recipe if you want a smaller portion.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.