Asian Chicken Salad

Asian Chicken Salad created by Redsie

Soy sauce, sesame oil and hot pepper sauce give the chicken breast a zesty flavor. Can be served as a sandwich or on a bed of lettuce as a salad. Sometimes i substitute hot chili oil for the hot pepper sauce to really give it some spice. Comes from my Phoenix Women's League Cookbook.

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  • Whisk together, mayonnaise, lemon juice, soy,sesame oil and pepper sauce.
  • Add chicken, green onions and walnuts and salt and pepper in a large bowl.
  • Toss in dressing and serve on a bed of lettuce or on a hearty bread as a sandwich.
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"Soy sauce, sesame oil and hot pepper sauce give the chicken breast a zesty flavor. Can be served as a sandwich or on a bed of lettuce as a salad. Sometimes i substitute hot chili oil for the hot pepper sauce to really give it some spice. Comes from my Phoenix Women's League Cookbook."

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  1. Ceezie
    Tasty!! I used Mongolian Fire Oil in place of sesame oil and hot sauce. I also added a dash more soy sauce. I think this would be great with chicken in a pita!
  2. Maito
    I really liked the flavors in this chicken salad, but they were far more subtle inside a sandwich, so I would recommend it over lettuce. I used less mayo and cashews for the nut. This made 2-3 sandwiches. Thanks!
  3. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Mixed this up late last evening for lunch time today. Oh, this really is quite lovely, and I halved the recipe. The only change was to reduce the sesame oil down to the end of the bottle, (so maybe I got about less then a 1/4 tsp.) but this small change did not change this overall product. I loved the hot sauce, (I added 3 drops) and mixed the sauce separately adding the chicken in at the last minute. Served atop of wonderful carbonna bread slice and was dreamy. Will make again and often too! Thank you Bakinbaby! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* March 2009
  4. mailbelle
    When I first mixed this up and tasted it, I wasn't that crazy about it, but after it was in the fridge and the flavors got to know each other better, it was pretty good. Didn't have walnuts so I used pecans. I think I may try it with peanuts next time. Thanks for posting!
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