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Citrus Sesame Noodle Salad

Citrus Sesame Noodle Salad created by Chef TraceyMae

This is refreshing, colorful, pasta salad that is low calorie and heart healthy. Want to turn this salad into a main course? Just add some cooked shrimp, chicken, or pork.

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  • Cook the pasta according to he package directions and drain it. Immediately rinse the pasta under cold running water and drain it again.
  • In a large bowl, toss together the pasta, snow peas, summer squash, carrots, and bok choy.
  • to make the dressing, combine the orange juice, honey, vinegar, sesame oil, and salt in a small bowl and vigorously whisk the mixture. Slowly pour in the olive oil, whisking all the while.
  • Pour enough dressing over the pasta and vegetables to coat them lightly, then toss them again. Just before serving, top the salad with orange sections and a sprinkling of toasted seasme seeds.
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"This is refreshing, colorful, pasta salad that is low calorie and heart healthy. Want to turn this salad into a main course? Just add some cooked shrimp, chicken, or pork."
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  1. Chef TraceyMae
    I made this recipe for the Comfort Cafe July 2009 - Sunshine State of Mind. This dish is light, refreshing, and perfect for 100 degree days! I chilled it for just a little bit for more enjoyment.
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  2. Chef TraceyMae
    Citrus Sesame Noodle Salad Created by Chef TraceyMae
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  3. ScoutDad450
    This is refreshing, colorful, pasta salad that is low calorie and heart healthy. Want to turn this salad into a main course? Just add some cooked shrimp, chicken, or pork.
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