Romaine Lettuce Chicken Salad with Pepper Rose Peach Vinaigrette


A wonderful mixture of Romaine lettuce, cherry radishes complimented by the addition of honeydew melon, blueberries, and leftover teriyaki chicken and enhanced lively with a bright, tangy peach vinaigrette.

Pepper Rosé Peach VinaigretteSalad
  • 1 Ripe peach, peeled and pitted
  • 2 Peach halves from can
  • 3 tbsp White balsamic vinegar
  • 3 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1/3 tsp Pepper rose, crushed
  • 1 head Romaine lettuce
  • 2-3 Cherry radish, diced
  • Onion rings
  • Shredded carrots
  • 1 handful Blueberry
  • Honeydew melon balls or cubes
  • Left over teriyaki chicken
  1. To make the dressing, place all of the dressing ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
  2. Rinse, drain and tear Romaine lettuce into bite-size pieces. Cut each cherry radish into 6 pieces. Arrange them in a serving bowl together with onion rings, shredded carrots, blueberries and honeydew melon balls. Finally top the salad with leftover teriyaki chicken.
  3. Pour dressing over salad just before serving, and toss to coat.

81 comments:

Kate@Diethood 29/5/11 06:19

I've never seen pepper rose around here... now I'm seriously curious. I will definitely look for it. If all else fails, Amazon will have it. ;-)

Beautiful photos, Angie, as always!

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Sharmilee! :) 29/5/11 06:55

What a beautiful presentation n yummy recipes

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Betty @ scrambled henfruit 29/5/11 06:56

Beautiful salad! Now I need to make some teriyaki chicken so I'll have leftovers for this. :)

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 29/5/11 07:00

i wish to have a plate of this healthy and colourful salad for my lunch now!!

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Tanantha 29/5/11 07:04

Pepper rose sounds intriguing and peach flavor in a dressing has intrigued me more! The salad looks fantastic as so as the dressing!

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shooting star 29/5/11 08:54

some wonderful shots of the salad..if i were a non vegetarian...surely would have tried this out!!!

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thefooddoctor 29/5/11 09:19

AMAZING pictures!
I love your salad, and that vinaigrette is a must try!

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Food Glorious Food! 29/5/11 10:30

Wow! you really have great pics! Wonderful recipes too!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 29/5/11 10:45

A magnificent salad! That vinaigrette est fabulous and must be very fragrant.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Maris(In Good Taste) 29/5/11 11:06

This is a beautiful salad and the dressing is outrageous! Can't wait to make this!

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Vimitha Anand 29/5/11 11:12

Vinaigrette looks rich and creamy... Wowie salad...

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Tina 29/5/11 11:57

Love the flavors in your dressing-it is on the to make list now. A fresh, flavorful salad is always a welcome sight on my table. Thanks for posting this!

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Sunanda 29/5/11 12:17

Salad looks amazing!! nice color Can finish off the whole bowl:)

Sunanda's Kitchen

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megi 29/5/11 13:04

What a gorgeous looking salad! I would love this salad for lunch today or any day.

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thecompletecookbook 29/5/11 13:11

Angie, this is the most wonderful salad and dressing - best I have seen for years!
:-) Mandy

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Nisrine M. 29/5/11 13:22

The vinaigrette sounds fantastic and very creative, Angie.

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Belinda @zomppa 29/5/11 13:35

Such an unusual and beautiful dish - no surprise from you! Burst of surprising flavors.

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Michael Toa 29/5/11 13:56

What beautiful salad! I must try adding blueberries to my salad next time... nice surprise there. Very creative Angie. Enjoy your Sunday.

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Priya 29/5/11 14:08

Vinaigrette looks super irresistible,fantastic and delicious...can have even everyday this refreshing salad,yumm!

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OohLookBel 29/5/11 14:24

'Pepper rose peach vinaigrette' sounds so pretty and it looks just beautiful with this salad.

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Raina 29/5/11 14:25

Wonderful salad with the melon and blueberries and the vinaigrette sounds great:)

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Anne 29/5/11 14:56

This salad truly looks like a meal! I am always on the lookout for new and interesting dressings and this pepper rose peach vinaigrette looks perfect. I love things which are both sweet and peppery! Beautiful Angie! : )

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 29/5/11 15:42

Penzeys has a wonderful variety of peppercorns and I think I'll have to get some. What a delicious and summery salad! I can't wait to try it.

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grace 29/5/11 15:50

the salad is colorful and lovely, but that dressing steals the show! i love the unique combination of ingredients!

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Elisabeth 29/5/11 16:05

Wow, Angie! One more item to google where to find pepper rose...although they do have it in the mixed color peppers, but not by itself.
Such an amazing colorful combination of salad. Great way to use rotisserie chicken, as well.
The pepper-rose vinaigrette is to "die for" gorgeous, and delicious. You're such a wonderful and sharing friend:DDD
xoxo

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Heather @girlichef 29/5/11 16:36

What a beautiful salad! It makes me want to have a "Ladies Who Lunch" afternoon...so stunning :)

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Pola 29/5/11 17:14

That vinagraitte sure looks good! I'm sure it makes for a super tasty and light dressing!

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 29/5/11 17:26

Another fantastic salad, this one looks fantastic. The vinaigrette sounds really lovely.

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Parsley Sage 29/5/11 19:24

Holy cow that's hot. Love this salad...now i'm off to google 'pepper rose.' Well done!

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Krishnaveni 29/5/11 22:00

very nice recipe, picture looks great

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Mother Rimmy 29/5/11 23:31

You always come up with interesting recipes, and they always sound and look totally mouthwatering. As you know, I love a good salad and lots of colorful ingredients. Hope you're enjoying the weekend!

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Claudia 30/5/11 01:56

This is gorgeous - I'm sitting here in delight dreaming of peach vinaigrette. It's a wonderful place to be.

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Jeannie 30/5/11 03:40

Wow! What a lovely looking salad...I like the peppers but they are very expensive here!

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aipi 30/5/11 05:06

A delightful salad! The pepper rose sounds intriguing, will google it ;)
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Martha (MM) 30/5/11 05:16

Ridiculously beautiful and delicious! I'm headed to the fridge to see what kind of salad I can make now. Seriously!

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kitchen flavours 30/5/11 08:27

Beautiful plate of salad! And the peach dressing looks yummy! I could finish a BIG plate of this!

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Maria 30/5/11 09:18

Pepper rose is just so stunning! This sounds really lovely, I'll have to give it a go.

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My Little Space 30/5/11 11:36

Your vinaigrette sounds really refreshing and unique. Thanks for sharing it. Hope you're having a great week ahead.
Blessings, Kristy

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BakerbyNature 30/5/11 14:18

This salad is a wonderful mix of sweet and savory! Always great to have new ideas on how to use leftovers.

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Velva 30/5/11 15:21

This salad looks really refreshing. There are so many fresh flavors that would explode in your mouth. Awesome.

Velva

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Happy Cook / Finla 30/5/11 15:29

I have never had vinegrette like this looks so so good.

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Sweet And Crumby 30/5/11 16:43

Would LOVE to make this for my next book club meeting. The girls will go crazy for this peach and pink peppercorn vinaigrette. I love the addition of honeydew melon in the green salad...a very nice twist.

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Anncoo 30/5/11 16:48

This looks so..so.. pretty and delicious! Love your salad always!

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Barbara 30/5/11 17:05

Your vinaigrette looks fabulous, Angie. I'm not familiar with pepper rose or where I can find it, but I'm going to look into it!

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Mary 30/5/11 17:49

What a lovely salad. It really looks refreshing. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Kristen 30/5/11 19:37

That salad is beautiful, but the dressing! Oh my. It sounds a-may-zing!

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Faith 30/5/11 22:56

I have been craving salads like this! This looks so light and healthy, perfect for a summer lunch...love that vinaigrette too!

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Jo 31/5/11 02:38

What an exotic name for a vinaigrette! It must have been amazing on the salad and a great dish for a summer starter.

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 31/5/11 04:16

Angie its just so pretty! I love all the colors!

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Miriam 31/5/11 04:57

That dressing is amazing, truly amazing! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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Barbara Bakes 31/5/11 05:47

What a great salad. The vinaigrette is such a gorgeous color. It looks delicious!

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noobcook 31/5/11 07:11

What a sunny looking sauce for a fresh salad meal. Love it!

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Karen 31/5/11 09:16

Love this salad, Angie! So fresh and light, and the vinaigrette is simply fabulous. The perfect meal for a hot summer day. :-)

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Joanne 31/5/11 13:52

Wow that vinaigrette sounds fantastic! I'm always looking for new fun salad dressing and this will definitely be made!

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Jenn 31/5/11 15:05

The vinaigrette sounds delicious!! It could be used on so much more then salad!! YUM!

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spcookiequeen 31/5/11 16:17

Your salad is my kind of salad, I just love honeydew. I like those red pepper corns, have never tried them. It's only breakfast and I'm ready for lunch now. Hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend.
-Gina-

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Ivy 31/5/11 20:42

What a beautiful salad and the vinaigrette sounds unusual but delicious.

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 31/5/11 21:22

This vinaigrette sounds fresh and delicious. Great for summer!

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Kitchen Butterfly 31/5/11 21:37

Love the look of the vinagrette. And the garnish

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Juliana 31/5/11 22:29

Angie, great looking salad and the dressing not only sounds tasty looks beautiful. Great pictures! Have a great week ahead :-)

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Rivki Locker (Ordinary Blogger) 1/6/11 01:15

I am visiting Georgia today, and I hope to pick up some succulent peaches while I am here. This recipe will be JUST the thing! Thanks for sharing (and for visiting my blog!).

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Lisa H. 1/6/11 02:33

Pepper Rose ~ ahhh...this new to me...
wonder if I could find any in Perth ;)
Your salad looks divine... makes me want to reach out ... especially the last photo :D

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Reeni 1/6/11 02:51

Such a vibrant and healthy salad! The peach vinaigrette sounds dreamy! I could drink it.

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 1/6/11 03:43

That peach vinaigrette sounds so refreshing! I like that you have included fruits in your salad.

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Pachecopatty 1/6/11 03:55

Peach flavored vinaigrette sounds so good with the leftover teriyaki chicken in a salad, yum - so healthy and flavorful;-)

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5 Star Foodie 1/6/11 04:27

The Pepper Rosé Peach Vinaigrette is very special, wow! And I like blueberries and melons in the salad too, awesome!

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tigerfish 1/6/11 06:30

Peach vinaigrette! So interesting! Good use of a summer fruit to come soon! yay!

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Sutapa 1/6/11 13:36

pepper rose is new to me but your peach vinaigrette is awesome , I wish I could have the plate of the salad right now!

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Magic of Spice 1/6/11 16:00

Beautiful salad and I love the vinaigrette! Salads are my favorite meal during Summer months :)

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Heavenly Housewife 1/6/11 18:38

That vinaigrette sounds simply amazing. Beautiful salad.
*kisses* HH

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Nourhan @ Miss Anthropist's Kitchen 1/6/11 22:26

Love chicken salad...that vinaigrette looks incredible!

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Foodafok 1/6/11 23:39

Beautiful salad! This is my favorite.

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Ananda Rajashekar 2/6/11 12:21

rose pepper is gorgeous and salad is amazing would be my perfect dinner!!

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lena 2/6/11 16:30

angie, the peach vinaigrette sounds really special!

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OysterCulture 6/6/11 03:08

I've been craving salads lately, and this just pushes me to want to make one now. What a lovely savory sounding meal.

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Lauren 7/6/11 00:58

What a beautiful salad, those peppercorns are exquisite.

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norma 13/6/11 16:13

Really a great salad and the dressing is so velvety

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Peach Recipes Only 20/6/11 21:37

That looks like one amazing, colourful salad! And...the photography is equally amazing! A "must try" for sure! Great blog!

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