I picked up a nice weight watchers cookbook at Goodwill recently and decided to give one of the recipes a try. It was pretty simple and it turned out having a lot of really good flavor. I really need to go through my cookbooks, they are starting to pile up everywhere, but I love them.
The recipe is simple as I said, and pretty darn low in calories.
You will need some chicken, corn, bell pepper, tomato, cucumber (look at the size of that thing!), OJ, red wine vinegar, green chiles, cumin, chili powder, parsley and dijon mustard. If you want you can use some cilantro. I do not want.
Chop up the veggies.
Mix them up with the corn, parsley, OJ, vinegar, cumin, chiles, chili powder and some salt and pepper. My husband was watching me assemble this and seemed really interested until I said it was going with some chicken. He ended up finishing the remaining salsa with chips later.
It really does look tempting, even in a photo!
Preheat your grill or broiler. Chop up your chicken into thin strips.
Smear it with the dijon.
Broil or grill it for 3-4 minutes on each side, and you are ready to eat!
This was super tasty, and so simple. I served it with some tortilla chips, which of course add fat and calories, but I can't have salsa without chips.