Whole-wheat pasta, such as this shell-shaped chiocciole, is a high-fiber pick. Here, it's combined with other Italian ingredients (arugula and ricotta salata), plus Japanese edamame, to yield a multitude of tastes, textures, and nutrients. You can serve this dish cold, as a pasta salad, if you like. Refrigerate, covered, up to one day.
Roasted chicken gives this main-course salad plenty of protein, and the chunks of sweet potatoes and shallots are full of potassium. The vinaigrette, made by deglazing the pan with cider vinegar and whisking it together with olive oil, brings the flavors together.