You can make this turkey Cobb salad recipe in just 20 minutes. It's healthy, super delicious and perfect for the Whole30 diet.
Course dinner, lunch, Main Course, Salad
Prep Time 5minutes
Cook Time 15minutes
Total Time 20minutes
1Lb (450g)turkey or chicken breastsliced to a 0.5'/1cm thickness
1avocado peeledpitted and sliced
4cupschopped mixed green lettuce
2hard boiled eggspeeled and sliced
6thin slices of pastured bacon
1cupgrape or cherry tomatoeschopped
2-3Tbspalmond flakesto garnish
sea salt and black pepperto taste
1Tbspolive or avocado oil
1 1/2Tbspapple cider vinegar
Add bacon to a cold pan then turn the heat to medium. Cook until it starts to release the fat, then flip on the other side, about 6-7 minutes in total, to get it nice and crispy. Set aside on a paper towel to drain the excess fat.
In the same heated skillet add chicken or turkey, season with salt and pepper and cook until golden brown and no longer pink on the inside (the internal temperature should reach 165F/75C). Set aside on a board and let it rest for 5 minutes, then slice or chop into bite-sized pieces.
In a large bowl, add the lettuce, then top with turkey, crumbled bacon, eggs, tomatoes, cucumber, and avocado. Sprinkle with almond flakes, then drizzle olive oil and vinegar.
Season with salt and pepper to your taste and gently toss to combine.Enjoy!
Please read the Tips & Tricks before making this easy turkey Cobb salad recipe. Below is just a summary:
I have removed the cheese in this turkey Cobb salad recipe to make it within Whole30's rules. Instead of cheese, I added almond flakes. If you don't mind the Whole30 diet, you can add the cheese back.
You can replace the veggies with your favorites like bell peppers, onions, shredded carrots etc.
Instead of turkey, you can make this Cobb salad with chicken.