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Szechuan Noodle Salad

Szechuan Noodle Salad created by Debbie R.

This salad comes together quickly and is great at either room temperature or cold. Feel free to add whatever additional fresh veggies you have on hand, such as green bell peppers, bean sprouts, snow peas, etc. Originally from the Asian Food Grocer website several years ago.

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directions

  • Cook noodles to desired doneness as directed on the package.
  • Meanwhile, in a small bowl combine the oils, honey, vinegar, soy sauce,ginger root and red pepper flakes; whisk together to blend well.
  • Drain noodles; rinse noodles in cold water to cool.
  • In a large bowl, combine cooked noodles, chicken and vegetables.
  • Pour dressing over salad, toss to mix well, garnish with peanuts if desired, and serve.
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"This salad comes together quickly and is great at either room temperature or cold. Feel free to add whatever additional fresh veggies you have on hand, such as green bell peppers, bean sprouts, snow peas, etc. Originally from the Asian Food Grocer website several years ago."
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  1. Debbie R.
    Szechuan Noodle Salad Created by Debbie R.
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  2. Debbie R.
    Delicious! I wasn't sure DH would like it, but it was mildly flavored enough that he did. We pretty much wanted the whole thing for one meal, so next time I would only use 2 cups of chicken.
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  3. Leslie in Texas
    This salad comes together quickly and is great at either room temperature or cold. Feel free to add whatever additional fresh veggies you have on hand, such as green bell peppers, bean sprouts, snow peas, etc. Originally from the Asian Food Grocer website several years ago.
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