Try some of these healthy Asian salad and Asian salad dressing recipes for an amazing burst of flavour and texture.
This chicken salad has an Asian twist. Grilled chicken is tossed with oranges, spring onions, snow peas and lychees and then drizzled with of creamy peanut dressing. What a treat for your heart and your taste buds!
A Thai-style seasoning of basil, mint and coriander adds vitamin C and carotenoids to a dish already packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and phytochemicals.
This is a crunchy, wonderfully satisfying salad that is fab with leftover chicken. The dressing is sweet and sour, mingling brown sugar with soy sauce and rice vinegar. Iceberg lettuce and fried rice noodles add the crunch.
Pasta bows taste deliciously different when combined with an exotic dressing of fish sauce, fresh red chilli and rice vinegar in a moist chicken salad. Fresh crunchy vegetables complete this well-balanced main-course dish.
This is a recipe for Gado Gado sauce, however it is great sauce for many Asian-style salads, vegetables, tofu and meats. It only has four ingredients and can be made very quickly.
A colourful, crunchy vegetable salad tossed in a tastebud-tingling, Asian-style dressing, this dish gives a great vitamin boost. Soy sauce is high in salt, so no extra seasoning is needed for the dressing.
This pasta salad uses broccoli, capsicum and red onion and is dressed with Asian-style salad dressing. Perfect for a picnic.
Leave at least one hour to marinate the chicken before grilling or barbecuing. Baby bok choy, bean sprouts, spring onions and peanut sauce give a fantastic Asian flavour to this salad.
Bring the tastes of Thailand to your next barbecue or dinner with this marinated prawn salad flavoured with lime, lemongrass, ginger and chilli!
Mung bean sprouts and peanuts add crunch to this salad. Mung beans have a hint of sweetness. In Chinese medicine, they are considered a yin or cooling food.