Edamame Salad with Crisp Steak Bits

  • Herb513 Posted: 05/26/11
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    Delicious and easy! Could very easily be made vegetarian too which is nice. It keeps well, makes a ton, is healthy and very tasteful. I even accidentally left out the ginger but it was still really good. I think it's key to use the English cucumber as recommended because being able to leave the skin on gives a nice crispness.

  • ErinEileen Posted: 06/05/11
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    This is such a different recipe. I've made it twice now, with and without the meat. I have to admit, I really enjoyed the meat. The dish has a wonderful flavor, is easy to make, and is going into my hard copy recipe file.

  • ddemauro Posted: 06/07/11
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    Excellent! Quick and easy to make. Would probably be good w/o the steak bites, or possibly with chicken or shrimp!

  • Bethany101 Posted: 06/18/11
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    Great recipe. Very quick and easy to pull together. I used sirloin filets instead of flank steak.

  • Kayte401 Posted: 06/13/11
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    Very tasty, hearty salad! The dressing alone would be good on lots of different things. My steak bits weren't very crispy - I cut them into thin 1-inch pieces per the picture, but next time I might do it more bacon bits-sized.

  • aVegasRD Posted: 06/26/11
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    Very tasty! Easy to make; I used sweet yellow tomatoes and a regular cucumber and let me say it was wonderful.

  • Brie30 Posted: 06/02/12
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    Very tasty. I used leftover flank steak and it was great!

  • Loriltx Posted: 02/18/13
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    This is fantastic, and my husband and I have it a couple of times a month. However, I recently entered the recipe into myfitnesspal so I could track calories, and the nutritional info contained on this site is not right. Even with using light mayo and beef tenderloin instead of flank steak, the calories for 1.5 cups is 375 calories, not 277.

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