Chipotle Chicken Fiesta Salad: Party In Your Mouth!


Samantha came over for dinner yesterday after our workout. We had gone to the store earlier in the day and grabbed all kinds of ingredients for salads. They were pretty random, but still cohesive.


How delicious does that look?

Ingredients: *Buffalo Ranch Doritos, *Chicken Breast, *Lawry’s Chipotle Marinade, *MY PICO RECIPE, *Fiesta Corn, *Lettuce, *Mexican Cheese, and you definitely do not need dressing! Maybe squeeze some lime on top…

I marinated the defrosted chicken in the lawry’s marinade for a couple hours and then baked the chicken in the oven for 19-22 minutes.



I like cold meat on salad, so I put mine in the refrigerator before eating.


  • Amanda ( The Kitcheneer)

    This looks incredible!!! You’re always great at making all your food fun, colorful, and tasty!!!

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  • Katie

    Hi Taralynn! This looks Ahhh-mazing! I’m sure you hate personal questions, but did you and Jeremy break up? I would love an update post on everything. It seems like life is going great right now but we have all been there and I’m sure we can all relate! Thanks girly! Congrats on all of your success 🙂

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hey, Katie! Jeremy and I have decided to go our separate ways. It’s still way too hot to talk about, I’ll do an update on that part of my life when I’m ready:)

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  • Ana Tamires

    Hi, I’m from Brazil and discovered your blog on Pinterest. I loved your healthy recipes, I’m going to try them soon!!!

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  • Mariah

    This salad looks absolutely INCREDIBLE! Wow! That looks amazing… can I come over for dinner? 😉

    I was trying to post this comment on your pico de gallo recipe, but it kept saying WordPress error:

    These pictures are so sharp and beautiful! Could you please tell me what camera you used? Thanks! 🙂
    Also… I love how you edit your photos. I used to blog and I would always be like, “How does Taralynn do it?”
    You are so creative with the way you change your font for different words and place your text on the food. I just love how you do it. I’m always admiring your photos… so lovely. 🙂

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