Lebanese Chicken, Feta and Lentil Salad – 4sp

I have salad most days for my lunch at work and often try and whip up a salad to go with my main meal in an evening. As a result, I don’t want to get bored with the same old salad ingredients so this week I decided to mix things up a little and combine my two new discoveries: microwaveable lentils and Lebanese spice mix. I got my both from Tesco and whilst not overly cheap, the lentils serve 4 and the spice mix is a huge tin that will last for ages. I made this for me and my other half to have two days in a row for lunch. So good!

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Ingredients

Serves 4 = 4sp (previously 5pp) each

1 pack of ready to eat Merchant Gourmet Puy Lentils (I got mine in Tesco), cooked according to packet instructions (I microwaved mine)

200g roast chicken, light meat, skinless, shredded

Handful of Tomatoes, halved

3 or 4 large mushrooms, sliced

¼ tsp Lebanese spice (I got mine from Tesco)

Salad veg of your choice – I had:

  • 1 carrot, peeled and grated
  • 1/2 red onion, diced
  • 1/2 a cucumber sliced
  • 1 pepper, deseeded and diced

60g half fat feta, cubed

1 lemon, halved

For the dressing

100ml fat free natural yoghurt

½ tsp Lebanese spice

1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed

Method

Pop the tomatoes and mushrooms in a frying pan, spray with 1kal and fry off for a few minutes until they start to soften. Add the cooked lentils, stir through and sprinkle through ¼ tsp Lebanese spice.

Pop the other salad ingredients (minus any leaves) in a large bowl. Pour in the warm lentil mix and stir.

Mix together the yogurt, ½ tsp Lebanese spice, crushed garlic and black pepper. Pour on top of the salad mix. Add the chicken and feta and squeeze in a little lemon juice. Combine and then stir through the salad leaves.

Enjoy!

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8 thoughts on “Lebanese Chicken, Feta and Lentil Salad – 4sp

  1. Cerys evans says:

    Hi Laura, I really want to try this recipe and have had the Lebanese spice in my cupboard since you first posted it. But I’m doing f&h and looking for an alternative to the ready to eat puy lentil! Do you have any suggestions what I could use instead which is f&h please?
    Thank you

    • Laura says:

      Hi Cerys, the normal uncooked Merchant Gourmet Puy Lentil is free on F&H if you cook it yourself. Might take a little longer but will be worth it 🙂 x

  2. Amanda says:

    Hi
    If i wanted to use full fat yogurt instead of fat free. How many extra points would it be?
    I love your recipes
    Amanda

  3. Lorraine Burgess says:

    I have just made this after having to order the spice from Amazon – I replaced the chicken with avocado and used goats cheeses instead of feta ….. it was totally delicious and so quick to make – thanks again for another great dish 💕

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