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Thursday
Jul132017

Grilled Chicken With Tropical Salsa: Feed a Family of Four for Under $10 with Products from Sprouts!

   Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written through a partnership with Sprouts Farmers Market.  Please see my disclosure policy)  

I had the opportunity to visit the new Sprouts Farmers Market in Palm Harbor, FL earlier in the week for a behind-the-scenes blogger tour. You can see my full review of the experience HERE. Since Sprouts is known for healthy living for less, I thought that it would be fun and helpful to prepare an easy meal with ingredients from my recent visit. Sprouts Farmers Market allows us to get healthy and delicious meals on the table without breaking the bank. In fact, I prepared this easy meal of grilled chicken with tropical salsa and jasmine rice for only $8.55! That is just $2.14 per serving for a family of four!  

Sprouts products used and pricing for each item: 

Sprouts boneless skinless chicken thighs @ $1.67 lb. I used half of the package so that was around $3. 

Sprouts organic jasmine rice @ $1.99 

1 Lime @ $0.20 each

2 Mangos @ 2 for $1

1 Pineapple @ $0.98

1 Bunch Cilantro @ $0.69

1 Red Onion @ $0.69

 

Salsa directions:

1 fresh pineapple cut in half and diced

2 fresh mangoes diced

1 small red onion diced

1 bunch of cilantro copped (you can use as little or as much as you prefer)

1 lime juiced

Salt to taste

Dice up all ingredients and place in a bowl. Add lime juice and salt to your taste. You can add as little or as much as you need. 

 

Serving directions:

Prepare your rice according the package directions. While the rice is cooking, grill your boneless skinless chicken thighs. 

Serve the tropical salsa over the rice and chicken and enjoy! This meal is so healthy, fresh and delicious.....perfect for summer! 

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