There is nothing more raw, and earthy than an Asian Chopped Salad, in fact, it is one of my favorite salads to whip up. Meatless, vegetarian, with a little-added crunch, this is a home-run of a meal. Yes, I did say a meal. Do you not think of Asian Chopped Salads as meals? You can do so much with them by simply adding in a few ingredients from MEAT for all of you meat-lovers to seafood which really kicks this salad into high gear.
The ingredients are not lavish to purchase, are readily obtainable in many markets and preparation is fast and easy. The taste of sesame dressing against the crunchy wonton noodles will have you craving more, but eating just enough to satisfy. Let’s take a look at how to lavishly live this Asian Chopped Salad out loud and create a fun meal that you can eat day or night.
What items do you need to make a Asian Chopped Salad
Chop it all up into pieces, make sure they are fork small and toss into bowl.
1 C Green Cabbage, Cleaned and chopped into fine pieces
1 Cup of Savoy Cabbage cut into strips
4 Tbsp Of Green Onions cleaned and chopped.
1/3 C of Shredded Carrots
A Few Sprigs of Cilantro, cleaned and chopped and then add in the wonton noodles, the sliced almonds, nd dressing.
2 Tbsp of Sliced Toasted Almonds
1/2 C of Wonton Noodles
1/4 C of Sesame Ginger Dressing
My feeling on the Sesame Ginger Dressing is that it should not be oily rather have a more brown base. I love using the pre-made as it is quicker and always on hand. This is the Sesame Ginger Dressing I use.
This is a delicious, easy to make salad and you can see the ingredients are pretty standard. If you want to get creative, make your own Sesame Ginger Dressing, and make a batch of toasted almonds, they are really delicious to munch on anyway.
Once you make this toss it well, from the bottom of the bowl to the top allowing the dressing to touch all the leaves. You can add in your other items now, or eat it as it. Delicious Asian Chopped Salad is a great alternative to those basic iceberg salads we toss together. Lavishly live food out loud and try your hand at preparing Asian Chopped Salad, what items might you mix in?