Chopped Chicken Salad

Chopped Chicken Salad

March 20, 2017—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed. 

The word salad is derived from the Latin sal, meaning “salt,” which  led to salata, meaning “salted things,” and defined dishes of raw vegetables generally dressed with oil, vinegar, and salt – so the name of the dish was ultimately defined by the dressing.

Trader Joe’s Field Fresh Chopped Salad with Grilled Chicken is a masterful mélange of ingredients, artistically arranged to create a singular salad experience that satisfies for lunch or dinner. A bed of chopped Romaine provides the canvas for this colorful, flavorful mix. Artfully adorned atop the greens you’ll find grilled chicken breast, chopped pecans (in a separate container), sweet currants, Israeli couscous, corn, and Asiago cheese. A sweet, creamy basil dressing (in a sealed package) ties all of the flavors together. We think it’s appropriate, given the history of the word “salad,” that the dressing plays such a prominent part in the presentation of this dish.

Enjoy our Chopped Salad with Grilled Chicken as lunch for one, or split it into two servings and enjoy it as a side at dinner with a friend. We’re selling each 10.7 ounce container for $4.49, every day. You’ll find it in our refrigerated case.


Ingredients: varies by region, please review packaging in-store for current details.

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