This is a great salad - we love it!!Living in the desert Southwest, we have many days with 100+ degree weather - consequently, we eat a lot of cold salads! This one is different from the ones I typically make every summer, so that was a big hit with the family. I have stolen an idea from a friend and instead of going through the boil, cool, skin, and bone method when a recipe calls for chicken, I have been buying the rotisserie chickens at the store - I buy several at a time, skin and bone them, then bag and freeze. Then when I need chicken, I pull out a bag and let it thaw!! Makes life so much easier and no one would ever guess! Stay cool!!
I used this recipe as an insparation really. I used soba noodles and the leftover veggies in my fridge drawer including green beans. It was VERY easy and VERY yummy!
This is very good, we loved it. Made as written but didn't have chili oil so I subbed a big healthy tablespoon of chili paste with garlic (sambal oelek) into the dressing. Yum! I will make this again.
This was really good! As always, I couldn't leave well enough alone and changed things up a bit. I left out the sesame seeds because I didn't have any. Also, my bottled teriyaki sauce was too bitter for me (I used Kikkoman) so added about a tablespoon of honey, a good drizzle of soy sauce and a wee bit of sambal for heat. It's a good recipes for summer when I don't want to heat up the kitchen much. Thanks!
Wow, what an easy but flavor-packed dish! Because I was in a hurry, I didn't make the dressing. Instead, I used Newman's Own low-fat sesame ginger salad dressing (about 3/4 cup). used the dressing as a marinade for my chicken before grilling it. Also, per another rater's suggestion, I added julienne carrots and next time will try adding some thawed edamame. Thanks for a terrific recipe!
This was an excellent side dish. I recently made it for an unfortunate occassion, a funeral. It came out great. Everyone loved it. I made mostly according to the recipe. I left out the peppers and made my own teryaki sauce with 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1 cup soy sauce, 1tsp of ground ginger and 2 cloves of minced garlic. Definitely make the night before and it actually increase in size for the next day. Kids loved it too!
DELICIOUS! A perfect dish on a warm day. I made it as written except I didn't add any green onions & chicken as I didn't have any. It still came out wonderful as a vegetarian meal. I also didn't use any salt & pepper as it wasn't necessary. The teriyaki sauce I used had lots of flavour. Thanks for posting a great recipe :0)
First of all, I had no time and a potluck luncheon at work. several of my co workers are vegan. this recipie seemed to be a good blend for both make with chicken and I made some without. I cooked my chicken in teriyaki sause (bottled) chopped the vegies, cooked the spag and wa la a dish to take that my husband actually had the chicken cut up and cooked for me and the water boiling for the spag. This really takes about a total of 30 minutes with prep and cooking. I put the dish in the frig for two days and took to work and it got rave reviews. A co worker took the leftovers home (I doubled recipe) didn't need too there was plenty. I have taken the recipie to work and everyone is copying it. good job.
Outstanding. I made a few changes. I bought a rotisserie chicken and shredded it. I sauteed the red peppers and green onions slightly (personal preference), 2 TBS toasted sesame seeds, and 1 tsp, fresh Thai chili sauce instead of the hot oil. Excellent, quick recipe. I made the recipe for 12 servimgs. Thank you.
My husband LOVES this! It's really easy and delicious on a hot summer day. Even better if you make it the day before.