Oriental Chicken Salad
We just love an oriental
chicken salad. Recently I discovered the Bone Suckin' Yaki Sauce
really liked the dressing.
Lettuce (However much you want. How hungry are you?)
(more and more I use Tyson’s Teriyaki breasts or thighs. They’re
already cooked and I'm pretty lazy.)
3 boneless skinless
4 green onions diced
1 can water chestnuts, sliced and diced or quartered
˝ Lb snow peas
Chow mien crispy noodles
If you want it "hot" add some Hot Chili Oil)
Bone Suckin' Yaki (see note#1)
(think about a little rice wine vinegar if you
want to cut it a little)
Mix well and pour over salad.
Cut chicken into bite size pieces and marinate in
some dressing for an hour or so. Cook
fast in a little oil and
refrigerate to cool. Or just dice if you use the Tyson’s pre cooked breasts. Shave lettuce and cabbage using about 1 part lettuce to
2 parts cabbage.
Dice green onion, wash snow peas and cut into bite size pieces, dice
carrot into 1/8 x 1/8 x ˝ inch pieces.
Dice up the water chestnuts.
Toss with dressing. sprinkle a few noodles on
We like it with garlic bread or sweet Hawaiian bread.
NOTE #1: This dressing comes from the folks who make the
mustard and dry rub we like so much. When I brought some Yaki home and
gave Kay a taste she got "that look" on her face, smiled and said
"Ohhh, that's gooood. That would be great on the Oriental Chicken
Salad." Of course she's right.
Kay likes just a little dressing on her
salads. Me? I like more. So I dish her's up and then add
a little more to mine and I add just a splash of flavored rice
vinegar. The vinegar adds just a little spicy bite I like but Kay
Look for Bone Suckin' BBQ Sauce at your
store. If they don't have it ask for it and check other
stores. If you can't find any close by go to WWW.Bonesuckin.COM. While you
are ordering some Yaki, get some dry rub and mustard.