Email 7K Shares Crunchy cabbage and carrots with shredded chicken tossed through with fresh herbs and dressed with a fabulous Asian dressing infused with the flavours of Thailand. This is such a light, healthy salad with a wonderful Asian style dressing that is very versatile and a great staple to add to your salad repertoire. If you have reasonable chopping skills, and believe me, I am no Iron Chef in that department, this salad takes a mere 10 minutes to make. Keeping the dressing separate, it will keep nice and crispy in the fridge for up to 3 days in an airtight container. It is impossible to overcook the chicken breast because the temperature of the boiled water drops to the point where there is not enough heat to continue cooking the chicken, even if you leave it well beyond the prescribed time which I usually do. However, this recipe can be made using any cooked chicken — baked, grilled or store bought.
Tweet This Quick Asian Chicken Salad is filled with color veggies, tender chicken and a delicious sesame ginger dressing. This bright and colorful salad speaks to me on so many levels. The flavors of crisp red bell pepper, crunchy carrot, purple cabbage and tender shredded rotisserie chicken mingle together with a sweet sesame ginger dressing. Quick Asian Chicken Salad Recipe: Start off my placing chopped romaine lettuce in your salad bowl. Top with diced red bell peppers, chopped purple cabbage and matchstick carrots.
Think Chinese Chicken Salad. The other great thing about this salad is it uses a lot of napa cabbage. Why is that so great? Because when you buy napa cabbage you end up with pounds of it!
Asian chicken salad with ginger sesame dressing is a fresh and colorful dish. Each bowl is loaded with protein and fiber-rich produce for a nutritious meal. One tasty way to do so is making an irresistibly Asian chicken salad. Often incorporating fruits and vegetables into your daily diet can be a little uninteresting and lack excitement. These flavors pair nicely with the juicy sauteed chicken breast that is added for extra protein.