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Won Ton Salad

Won Ton Salad created by Marie Nixon

This is a great salad that is often served at luncheons. The crisp won tons with the green salad are a nice combination. Prep time will include frying won tons.

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  • Mix salad ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Mix dressing ingredients in a mixer or with wire whisk.
  • Toss salad with dressing and won tons just before serving.
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"This is a great salad that is often served at luncheons. The crisp won tons with the green salad are a nice combination. Prep time will include frying won tons."
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  1. Marie Nixon
    Won Ton Salad Created by Marie Nixon
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  2. Marie Nixon
    I made this but I am not going to rate it because I did not have the Accent seasoning for the dressing so I'm not sure how much of a difference that would have made. I had a problem with the dressing because the sugar did not disolve in it. To avoid deep frying the wontons, I placed them on a cookie sheet, sprayed the tops with a vegetable spray and baked them in a 350 degree until golden brown, about 7 - 10 minutes. They were every bit as crunchy as a deep fried wonton strip, I believe.
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  3. Donna Matthews
    This was quite good for a change of pace. My DD really liked the fried won tons; I found them a bit of a pain to fry. But I will do it again because DH liked it, too.
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  4. lisar
    This is a great salad that is often served at luncheons. The crisp won tons with the green salad are a nice combination. Prep time will include frying won tons.
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