So after people shart their pants on my Facebook wall about the lasagna strips and the cheese in the recipe yesterday, I decided to make a recipe that no one could shart over. That’s not true, actually. I just had leftover enchilada chicken and wanted to do something delicious with it. And thankfully, no one can be a d*ck about this recipe. Well, that’s not true either. I’m sure someone will find a way. D*cks.

Ok, enough naughty words.

Look! I made it on TV! Well, kind of. My book did. All because of Stacy and Matt from Paleo Parents are so awesome and plopped my book in the middle of their book collection. Pretty dang cool if you ask me! I feel so honored. It’s exciting paleo is starting to catch on into the mainstream media.

Anywho. I want to talk about a burger I tried. Remember that one time I talked all about My Experience at Crave Burgers? Well, I was lucky to get to go back again. Not really lucky, it’s only 30 minutes away. But I have a cute little cruiser that I take everywhere now, so a 30 minute drive, while peddling, is a bit outside of my comfort zone. But when CrossFit 5280 asked me to come to by their gym for a little nutrition chat and to sell some books, I couldn’t pass up going to Crave since it’s just down the street. Well, it was well worth it. I have a buffalo burgers with fried onions and poblanos with a raspberry sauce. It was unreal good. I’ve never had a buffalo burger that was so flavorful. It rates up there with my all time favorite burger place, Five Guys Burgers.

I kind of want it again.

And I kind of want a burger from Five Guys. I have a $25 gift card that my granny sent me for a present. Not sure how she knows that I love guys, I don’t she really does, but it must just be in our blood. Granny’s know. So Sergio and I are going to go chow down soon. Who wants to join us? I’m looking to play matchmaker with Sergio and some awesome Denver women. Any bidders? You have to be fantastic, not too old, not too young, likes to workout, eats a lot of food, funny as all hell, and know how to take Sergio’s sh*t. That probably doesn’t make sense to you. But the woman I set him up with has to know how to stand up for herself and put him in his place. He’s kind of like a child. And awesome child, at least. He has no idea I’m writing this. I’m funny.

PS- I’m a terrible matchmaker.

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Enchilada Chicken Mango Salad

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  • Yield: 2 1x

Ingredients

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  • 1 small head of hearts of romaine, shredded
  • 12 cups cold leftover enchilada chicken
  • 1 mango, peeled and diced
  • 1/2 avocado, diced
  • sprinkle of salt and pepper

Instructions

  1. Chop romaine.
  2. Place enchilada chicken on top.
  3. Add mango and avocado on top of that.
  4. Eat up! No salad dressing needed!

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51 Comments

  1. Adriana says:

    Wat do u use for the sauce

    1. juli says:

      Leftover enchilada chicken. If you click the link, it’s the first part of that recipe.

  2. Sam says:

    Roughly, what are the nut facts?

    1. juli says:

      i’m not sure what that means