On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to make a chicken fajita salad recipe, using all fresh ingredients.
Yes, I’m sharing a delicious low carb, high protein meal on this edition of Brad’s Cookbook.
You can have this chicken fajita salad at dinner, lunch, or even as a snack.
Essentially you can eat this at any time of the day.
This is a power packed, muscle building chicken fajita salad, that will keep you satiated and fight off the late night sugar cravings.
Don’t let anyone tell you salads are for wimps.
If they do, tell them to try this low carb high protein chicken fajitas salad recipe.
Even though this meal may look like it takes a long time to make, this low carb high protein meal is so quick and easy to make.
Plus, if you want to impress a loved one, this chicken fajita salad recipe is a great meal to make.
While preparing this chicken fajita salad recipe, I was literally salivating at the mouth because it looked so delicious.
TMI, I know.
Lets get started.
Note: even though I’m using red leaf lettuce, any type of leafy green will work in this chicken fajita salad recipe. However, if you like to change it up, give the red leaf lettuce a try.
Now you may be saying, that is one big salad.
You can also break this into 3-4 servings.
But if you’re hungry, split it into 2 servings, and enjoy.
You can enjoy this for lunch, dinner, or any time of the day.
Based on how it looks and smells, you know it’s going to be delicious.
Don’t let anyone tell you eating salad is not manly.
How can you say chicken fajita salad is not manly?
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Enjoy the food.
I’ll see you tomorrow.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.