Delicious AND healthy! This is a great all-rounder Asian salad to serve as a side for any Asian food , including Chinese , Thai and Vietnamese. This Asian salad is fresh, bright and crunchy, but certainly not lacking in flavour. Tip: Make a big batch! This is the sort of salad that keeps well for days — just keep the dressing separate from the salad. I like to make a big batch — and the recipe as written makes quite a lot — and use it as a side as well as turning it into a meal by adding shredded chicken.
Carly Jacobs of Smaggle brings you a homemade recipe for her favourite Korean takeaway dish, bibimbap. Why not try making this super healthy and easy salad? If you love sushi but have never made it, try this easy salad version first. Make it with pickled red cabbage, sesame chicken, soya beans and sushi rice. This simple recipe for a warm eggplant salad is so delicious. Perfect with grilled meats or as a vegetarian dish, the sweet soy-chilli sauce is quick to make as a dressing.
This vibrant multi-colored slaw is smothered with an amazing peanut and lime dressing. The peanut dressing is made with creamy peanut butter and Asian ingredients like soy sauce, sesame oil, and garlic chili sauce, and honey and lime juice add sweetness and bright flavor. Thick slices of bacon are brushed with a honey-soy mix and then baked in the oven until crunchy. Use store-bought chile oil instead of homemade for a time-saving swap. A specialty of Luang Prabang, chef Sebastien Rubis's refreshing salad is made with an array of delicious ingredients--greens, shallot, hard-cooked egg, salted peanuts, tomatoes and cucumber.