Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

In keeping with my years New year tradition of sharing my favorite salads this year, I’m starting with a  delicious tangy lime chicken pasta salad. This is one of my favorite pasta salads. Takes less than 30 minutes to make, and is perfect for those busy work/school nights.  Bonus point because You can also make a bigger amount and save for lunch or even dinner again! Scroll down for my easy to make lime chicken pasta salad.

Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

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Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

Ingredients:

1 pound boneless chicken breast
parmesan cheese
salt
freshly ground pepper
steak seasoning
1/4 cup of olive oil
8 ounces of penne pasta
1 head of romaine lettuce
1/2 cup of parmesan cheese
2 limes
Directions:

Season both sides of chicken breast with steak seasoning and either grill or broil the chicken. When cooked, cool, and cut into strips or cubes.

Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

Boil pasta for 8-10 minutes until al dante. Drain and rinse with cold water.

Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

In a large bowl, mix together the parmesan cheese and lettuce. Toss with the cooled chicken, pasta and lime juice and serve. Another great option is to skip the lime and try topping your pasta salad with oven roasted broccoli with garlic and parmesan!

Lime Chicken Pasta Salad

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Comments

  1. Allison says

    Sounds delish and so refreshing for summer! I’ve been looking for something new to make for lunch!

  2. Crystal says

    That looks like just the right meal for the summer days we’ve got coming up. I don’t want anything too heavy, but it’s nice to have the protein to keep full.

  3. Elizabeth Ferree says

    This meal looked so good that when I first read it I went out and bought the stuff I needed to make it that night. I forgot about the penne pasta (actually didn’t but thought I had it at home) so we substituted it with egg noodles. The kids really enjoyed it, older three argued over who would get seconds. I actually got ALL to eat the salad. Woo hoo! Thanks for sharing this one with us.

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