Oops...these pictures are out of order, but there is my mallet. LOL
After the chicken was grilled on both sides (about 5-7 minutes per side), I let it sit for a good 5 minutes. If you normally don't do this, you really should. When you let your meat or poultry sit for a few minutes before cutting, the meat soaks up the juices. It will makes your chicken or meat much more tender and juicy.
After sitting, I cut the chicken breasts on an angle and threw them into a bowl with the following items that I had on hand (which is why I call it a garbage salad)! Feel free to toss with whatever ingredients you have on hand:
*Fresh Baby Spinach
*Fat Free Feta Cheese
In other news, I am humbled and honored to be chosen as the artist of the month on Laurie's Blog (Cook, Scrap, Craft): http://cookscrapcraft.blogspot.com/
Check out her blog (Not to see me, but to see all of the cool stuff she has on there!)