Cut chicken into bite-size pieces, if desired. Inspected for wholesomeness by US Department of Agriculture. Arrange chicken in baking dish. I got this a long time ago from the Publix Mayonnaise label. Halve tomatoes; peel and slice cucumber into half-moons. Arrange lettuce leaves on serving plates; mound chicken salad in center and serve. Add spring mix and remaining ingredients to large mixing bowl; toss to coat and divide evenly between 2 bowls. Easy tear side panel. By selecting the smartlabel icon, you will leave and enter the Grocery Manufacturers Association website that they operate and control. This is great to take for potlucks, new moms, or grieving familes. This is more of a salad to eat on a bed of greens and not so much to put onto a sandwich although I have put it into a pita before.

Remove foil.

Chill salad (or may be served at room temperature).

Bake 5 more minutes or until top is golden and chicken is 165°F. Top chicken with cheese mixture; cover dish with foil. Easy tear side panel. I think it is the same one they used to have in the deli there.

Transfer tenders to second large bowl; add almonds and remaining 2/3 cup dressing mixture and toss to coat. Serve chicken over salad with cauliflower rice. Cut chicken into bite-size pieces. Arrange lettuce leaves … Slice chicken and serve.

Compartmentalized Method. Combine soup and mayonnaise; spread evenly over chicken. Scan for more information. I often double it. Stir panko and cheese into softened butter, mixing until crumbly. Bake 30–35 minutes. Add 1/3 cup dressing mixture to salad mixture; toss to coat. Evenly divide spring mix into 2 salad bowls.