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Spicy Lime Chicken Salad

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Spicy Lime Chicken Salad

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This spicy lime chicken salad from Eat Spin Run Repeat gives you a good dose of protein and greens. The recipe only takes 20 minutes, and is bursting with flavor. Make sure to thinly cut the chicken so it cooks quickly.

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Angela is an avid runner, fitness instructor, foodie, healthy living blogger, and owner of Spin 360 Health Coaching. Having lost weight by making healthy lifestyle changes herself, Angela’s goal is to support, inspire, and motivate others to improve their health and be their best. You can find delicious recipes, workouts, and tips for living your best life on her blog, Eat Spin Run Repeat. Connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Photo courtesy of Angela Simpson.

Original recipe can be found on Eat Spin Run Repeat.

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7 responses to “Spicy Lime Chicken Salad”

  1. Avatar Jan Buchanan says:

    Like the sound of that, especially with the mango! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Avatar Jan Buchanan says:

    Like the sound of that, especially with the mango! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Avatar crawdad1996 says:

    On WW points plus = 10 points. Out of 26 for the day, it’s too much 🙁

  4. […] Spicy Lime Chicken Salad | Eat Spin Run Repeat: This salad gives you a good dose of protein and greens. Make the chicken the […]

  5. Avatar Nataliya Savchuk says:

    How could it have zero cholesterol if the recipe contains meat?

  6. Avatar Muhammad Tanvir says:

    very nice

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