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CHICKEN SALAD WITH CHARRED COURGETTES AND TARRAGON YOGHURT DRESSING

SALADS AND SIDES / SUMMER
1 HR

This chicken salad with baby gem lettuce, charred courgettes and a tarragon yoghurt dressing is a great way to use up leftover chicken alongside fresh, crunchy leaves and tangy herbs. Serve as a standalone dish for a light lunch, or as part of a spread for a summer picnic or barbecue.  

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