Rachel Beller and Ninja® Kitchen – Chop Chop Salad Recipe using Nutri Ninja® with Auto-iQ™

Watch Rachel Beller – America’s Get-Real Nutritionist -create an easy Chop Chop Salad, that not only tastes great but also makes …

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  1. I have owned this product for about two years. I don't use it that much, specifically the 64 ounce food processor bowl. I went to use it today, trying to puree diced tomatoes. About 30 seconds into blending a soft food, the gears stripped out on the bowl. $43 to replace a product that shouldn't go bad so easily.
    I have always been a Shark/Ninja believer. I thought their products have been amazing, I own several. Now I will question when a new product comes out, and do my do diligence and research and read reviews before I even think about purchasing any of their new products.

  2. You have GOT to be kidding me… First,.. you have a problem with a SCANT amount of cheese in a garden salad, yet yours has a fckn BLOCK of cheese. Sry titty sprinkles, but fat is fat and you just, literally, tipped the scale on that one. Second, how the fck is an iceburg-based salad with almost no toppings valued at ~$13, and yours is magically less than $3. Btch pls, EACH of your ingredients cost about $1.50 to $3, and that's in MY modest market prices; I would be afraid to see the REAL cost of your Salsa-Salad in your market that has fckn Iceburg nearing $10 a baggie. Sht….

  3. Fantastic recipe!
    I just put up a Fattoush Salad recipe which I think you'll want to try too.

    Check it out and let me know 🙂 It's a middle eastern salad, and is packed with a whole lot of flavour. I first had it at a restaurant and then went on a crazy mission to replicate it (which I finally did!!)

  4. I thank God for your video. I love this type of salad (healthier), but can't stand the standing and chopping, chopping, chopping. I don't have a Ninja, but I do have another lower priced brand of food processor, and it does have a pulse button. So, I pulled out my Kale that I just purchased (which was probably going to go bad), and other ingredients such as bell pepper, cucumber, purple onion. I dusted off my food processor which I hadn't used yet (Am I the only one that procrastinates to use new appliances, out of…fear?), and threw it all in. Pulse, pulse, pulse, and now I have a perfectly chopped salad! A bit of olive oil, some healthy seasonings and it rocked!!! Now I'm going to have this type of salad every day!! Question: How long would a chopped salad like this, without dressing stay ok in the refrigerator. Could I get away with 2 days? Make it Monday, and still eat it Wednesday?

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