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Brought this to a 4th of July cookout and brought home and empty dish. Pretty much made as directed. Got lots of compliments and several requests for the recipe. Thanks!
Great salad with the "bourbon chicken".
I followed the idea and yum! DD (5 years old) didn't like it though. I used organic butter, organic coconut sugar, tahini added at the end of browsing the extra sliced almonds, no ramen noodles, organic bok choy from our local organic fresh produce basket this week, green tops from organic shallots, agood quality organic olive oil, organic apple cider vinegar in a lesser amount for religious reasons, & grey sea salt instead of soy sauce.
Wow,wow,wow!!! This is the most unique side salad I have ever had. Pairs perfectly with BBQ !
Mmmm, this was GOOD!!! We don't eat ramen noodles, so it was just the almonds on top. Added some thinly sliced chopped apple that needed to be used up, and it was delicious. Love the dressing. This was a very easy salad to put together, will definitely go on the rotation! Thanks for posting, Country Chef!
This is addictive! I had some, then had some more, then had some more! Have to admit, I planned on this being just the salad, but it was so wonderful I decided to make the main dish tomorrow. Literally had to force myself to leave enough to photograph tomorrow when I have daylight. So if the photo shows a very small amount, then you know I had to go back and get just one more bite!
SO good! We will definitely make this again. Even my picky kids ate it all! We also marinated chicken, cooked it in the wok, and served it over the salad. Yummy!
Really fantastic! I didn't have any sesame seeds and truly did not miss them. I served this with Asian Grilled Chicken. I cut the grilled chicken into strips and served it over the salad. Yummm!
It is also very good with chopped up romaine lettuce.
This was awesome! We have never had bok choy, but got some with our food co-op. Picky 4yo who doesn't eat salad pretty much cleaned her plate. I added grilled chicken that was marinated as another reviewer suggested in garlic olive oil, red wine vinegar, and soy sauce. This turned us into bok choy fans...we will make this one again for sure.