This is a healthy and quick weeknight meal that you can throw together in only a few minutes. I tend to not use the included wonton strips because this salad is so delicious and crunchy without them. You can certainly customize this to your own tastes by changing out the salad dressing or the fruit. If I have them on hand, I also like to add additional carrots because I love the flavor of them with the red pepper. If you are worried about calories, chopping the peanuts gives you that peanut flavor in every bite without having to use so many.
21 Day Fix Containers:
If you’re following 21 Day Fix or Ultimate Portion Fix, this is a great lunch or dinner option! To portion out for 21 Day Fix: Fill one green container fully of the salad mix, then fill another green container halfway with salad mix and top with the red pepper. Fill one purple container a little less than half full with mango. Fill one red container with chicken. Fill one blue container up to 1/3 with chopped peanuts and then one orange container fully with peanut sauce. So your container count is:
2 Green 1 Red .5 Purple .3 Blue 1 Orange
Please note, I am not affiliated with Beachbody, nor am I a coach. I have simply followed 21 Day Fix and 21 Day Fix Extreme on and off for 2 years and I find that the portion control and proportion of fruits, veggies, and protein to be the best option for me. Either way, this is a delicious salad!
Quick Thai Peanut SaladCourse: DinnerCuisine: ThaiDifficulty: Easy
Quick and Easy Weeknight Meal
3 cups Asian Salad Mix (or mix of cabbage, romaine, shredded carrots and little bit of cilantro)
1 1/2 cup Rotisserie Chicken, chopped
1 cup Red Pepper, chopped
1 cup Mango, chopped
1 TBSP Peanuts, chopped
2 TBSP Prepared Peanut Sauce
- Split ingredients between two bowls and assemble salad. Use the included Asian salad dressing and wonton strips if desired.