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August 06, 2008


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Susan from Food Blogga

This is terrific, Simona. And you have another post coming? That must have been one seriously meaty chicken. :)


Very nice. I love the idea of this chicken salad. I may be able to have your roasted chicken today. Maybe. Wish me luck. ;-)



Love the sound of your chicken salad with Labneh, very creative. I bet it's delicious!


Thing I love about labneh is that it's so creamy. Even when you use the kind that's lowest in fat it's still cool and, well creamy! So pleased you liked it - and very pleased to have inspired you to discover the joy for yourself!

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Your chicken salad sounds delicious Simona. All those flavors!!! I just did a post on the ingredient you didn't use, mayonnaise. hehe

I didn't know about labneh. Now I am very interested to try it.

Simona Carini

If I remember correctly it was a bit more than 4 lbs, Susan.

Good luck, Paz. I am sure the roast chicken will come.

Thanks Kalyn, the pairing was indeed very nice. To be repeated.

That's so true, Lucy: it is incredibly creamy and tastes fresh in the mouth, with the right amount of tang. Thanks again for inspiring me.

Very nice post on JC's mayonnaise. I hope you try labneh: let me know if you do.


THat lunch idea sounds delish. Hung yoghurt and basilico with shredded chicken... I am hungreeee :-)
Btw, I hope you are participating this month´s Tried And Tasted, we are cooking from Jugalbandi(ts).

Bellini Valli

It's funny how we hear of something and then it pops up all over the place. I saw labneh at a Mediterranean market the other day for the first time and wondered what it was. They make their own.


Hi Zlamushka. Thanks for the note. I'd like to participate, time permitting.

Hi Valli. Funny, indeed. Making labneh is really easy and very satisfying.


Hey, I just found this while searching for info on labneh! It looks beautiful, as does the salad. I love the basil on top, wow. I must try making some myself; thanks for the inspiration.


It's very easy to make and so satisfying to use. I hope you give it a try, Lisa.

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