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I’m so excited to share a recipe today because it’s one of my favorites, and I eat it at least once a week, if not more currently. When Albertsons reached out to partner together on a recipe for Open Nature® products I knew immediately this would be the one I shared! So I am just going to dive in with the recipe, but underneath I’ll share some details on Open Nature and why I love their products so much – if you’ve followed me for awhile y’all already know this. 😉
Here’s what you need:
- Open Nature Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Open Nature Chicken Breast
- Open Nature Sliced Almonds
The “hardest” part of this entire thing and I say hardest with quotations because it’s not hard 😉 is making the chicken. Usually I will make this Sunday night and then I use it throughout the week for different things. I just pop mine in either the crockpot or instant pot for the recommended time for chicken breasts with a quick splash of the Open Nature Balsamic Vinaigrette and then a dash of salt. Once it’s falling apart, I pull it out and let it cool then bag it up to put in the fridge.
BUT if you’re going straight to the salad making you don’t need to bag it up. This part is simple and done on your preference. I dice up the avocados, tomatoes and then slice the onion into thin rings and toss it all into the spinach. After that I toss it in the Open Nature Balsamic Vinaigrette and top it with a handful of their sliced almonds. Easy as that! Then serve!
If you’re serving for a party or if you’re moving like me and currently all of your plates are packed…grab the Open Nature disposable forks and plates, they’re great and Compostable/ Biodegradable!
Now let’s chat about Open Nature as a whole. It’s an Albertsons company brand and they offer minimally processed, on-trend products that fit into plant-based, gluten-free, high-protein and paleo diets. AKA: your girl Jess over here who is gluten and dairy free, meaning – we use their products OFTEN. All of their products are high-quality but at good pricing. And all of their products are clean, minimally-processed and free from 110 food additives (like nitrates, benzoates, artificial flavors and preservatives). Long story short, you read it – now just trust me on the quality and taste 😉 They’re top notch.
I buy my Open Nature products at my local Albertsons, but you can find them near you at any of the Albertsons Companies Family of stores including Safeway, ACME Market, Jewel-Osco, Star Market, Shaw’s, Tom Thumb, Randalls, Vons, Pavilions, United Supermarketes and Carrs/Safeway
Jewel-Osco also offers Grocery Delivery and DriveUp & Go™ for convenient ways to shop!