Asian Chicken Salad

  • portland Posted: 03/06/10
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    salad is alright, nothing special. dressing was so so, i found the dried mustard a little too strong and slightly off flavored, wasabi powder may be better.

  • evenstar7 Posted: 12/12/09
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    I made this without the chicken and without hassling with the almonds in butter. I just topped it with plain sliced almonds from the store. The dressing was very flavorful. Quick, easy and tasty week night dinner.

  • hollyaustin1 Posted: 07/06/10
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    This was a great easy meal. Mixed the almond/noodles into the salad. I thought it was delicious!

  • Melody812 Posted: 12/23/09
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    tasty..easy dinner for weekend for summer..the sauce can be salad dressing for other veggie or for noodle.. i don't have honey and Chinese mustard at home. I used honey mustard..not bad..

  • sharilou Posted: 09/02/12
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    This was pretty good. The noodles seemed a bit much...I think next time I'll do more almonds and less noodles. Flavor was good, and it was quick and easy which is always a plus (and I just boiled some thin cut chicken breasts in water seasoned with salt, rice wine vinegar and wine.....and the meal still came together fast). Also, I didn't want to buy two whole heads of cabbage, and they didn't have any pre-shredded, so I just did finely chopped Romaine and it turned out great.....boiled down, I will make again, just with some changes to the noodle/almond ratio. Addition: Since I only did two servings from the first batch, we had enought for another meal tonight.....scrapped the lettuce, boiled the already toasted noodles, tossed that with the chicken and leftover dressing and added green onions and pepper flakes.....Defintely would make THAT again!

  • mcnairh Posted: 07/01/14
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    Easy and tasty. A great weeknight meal. I added a little extra rice vinegar and mustard powder to the dressing for some zing, otherwise made as presented.


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