Grilled Chicken Salad with beets, goat cheese and chickpeas

This recipe was on the random side, given what I had in the house. But the flavors came together well. If anything, I might eliminate the chickpeas, though it does bulk up the protein factor.

8 oz grilled chicken breast, sliced (I used some from my spatchcocked chicken)

3-4 cups salad greens (I used mix of red leaf and arugula)

1/2 cup toasted chickpeas (though I did these in the cast iron skillet)

4 tsp salad dressing (I made a mustard vinaigrette)

2/3 cup shaved beets, plus some chopped beet green stems

1 oz goat cheese, crumbled

1/2 a cucumber, cubed

Toss greens with dressing. Divide all ingredients into two bowls and serve.

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