Far East Chicken Fried Chicken Salad
Prepared with standard fried chicken and a variety of common vegetables plus a copious serving of soy ginger dressing for that authentic Asian flavor, this recipe is an easy solution to introduce exciting, multicultural eating experiences to your salad menu.
- Precooked fried chicken, cut 1/2" chunks - 6 oz.
- Fresh green mix cut - 2 Cups
- Tomatoes diced small - .25 Cup
- Red onions, julienned - .25 Cup
- Cheddar cheese, shredded - .25 Cup
- Carrot, julienne - .25 Cup
- Green apples, julienne - .25 Cup
- Cilantro fresh , chopped - .25 Cup
- Soy Ginger dressing - 2.5 oz.
- Classic Gourmet Mayonnaise, heavy duty - 3 Cups
- Sauce Craft Teriyaki sauce, Sauce Craft - 1 Cup
- Salt and pepper mix - To taste To taste
- Fresh ginger, grated - .25 Cup
- Fresh garlic, chopped - .25 Cup
- Seasoned rice wine vinegar - .5 Cup
- Honey - .5-1 Cup
- Fresh cilantro, leaves - 1 Cup
- Cut the chicken in 1/2" thick diced strips and hold.
Mix all the following 7 ingredients together except for the cheese, chicken, 1/2 of the chopped cilantro, and combine well. Place the salad mixture onto the serving bowl.
Mound the salad in the bowl and create height. Place the chicken in the center and finish with sprinkling the cheese and chopped cilantro over the entire salad.
The ingredients remaining are to create the soy ginger dressing for the salad. In a mixing bowl combine all the ingredients together and use an immersion blender to mix together until smooth. Add salt and pepper as needed for additional flavor. Pour into a clean container. Hold in the refrigerator until needed.
If you are already currently using a sesame ginger dressing, that is a good option as well. You can add in the fresh cilantro for added flavor and brightness of flavor to the dressing.