Delicious Dish Tuesday Recipe Link Up- Thai Chicken Salad

DDT button new2015 175Welcome to a new week of Delicious Dish Tuesday, where we share our recipes and ask you to share YOUR awesome recipes with us!

Sitting here late at night doing this post while hungry is NOT wise, you guys. Looking at all of the amazing recipes that were shared last week is making me even hungrier, and making it very difficult to choose just one to feature as my favorite for this week. In the end, I HAD to go with the Thai Chicken Salad with Peanut Dressing shared by Pam from Sidewalk Shoes. Healthy, refreshing, quick and simple to make- Can’t go wrong there! This will be added to our next meal plan!!!

Thai Chicken SaladThanks so much for sharing, Pam! Feel free to grab our featured button below!

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Don’t forget to check out Mary @ Eat Drink & Be Mary‘s feature this week too!

Now it’s YOUR turn!!

If you are new to DDT, please see the original post which includes the rules for linking up.  

Please link up a post that is delicious- As many as you want, new or old, we’d love to see them!

Please link directly to your recipe and not to your blog’s main page.

Please grab the button below to add to your post, or link back through worded link to this post so everyone knows where to join the party! The Delicious Dish Tuesday hosts include:
Mary from Eat Drink and Be Mary
and me, Alesha of Full Time Mama

Full Time Mama

Can’t wait to see what you share! Don’t forget only recipes with our button or a link back can be featured!

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for the feature!

  2. Thanks for hosting! Hope you are having a good week!

  3. This looks so delicious and refreshing!! Thank you for hosting!

  4. Thanks for hosting, have a wonderful week!

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