How to Make HEALTHY ORGANIC Chinese Chicken Salad | Recipe | Diane Yang Kirk | Ep 30



HOIA Food and Cooking
Episode 30: Chinese Chicken Salad with Mandarin Orange and Baked Wonton Crisps
HEALTHY ORGANIC INSPIRED ASIAN Food and Cooking
with Diane Yang Kirk

Cooking Level: Easy

Learn how to make an easy Chinese Chicken Salad! It is light, tangy, crispy, and low in sugar compared to a Chinese Chicken Salad or Oriental Chicken Salad you may find at a restaurant.

I sweeten the dressing with honey and fruit juice and the additional sweetness comes from natural ingredients such as sliced apples, dried cranberries, and the signature mandarin orange slices.

Instead of deep fried chow mein noodles, I show a light and crispy baked wonton wrapper crisp and toasted sunflower seeds which make each bite exciting because of all the different textures!

If you are making a vegan salad you can of course use agave instead of honey and swap out the chicken for some cubed baked tofu or seitan!

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