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    PrimaRecipes --> Salads

    category: Salads
    keywords: Pasta, Chicken, Vegetables
    servings: 1 servings
          1 lb Thin noodles
        3/4 c  Soy sauce
        1/4 c  Peanut oil
          2 c  Mayonnaise
          1 tb Dijon mustard
        1/4 c  Oriental-style sesame oil
          2    Whole boneless, skinless
               Chicken breasts
          6    Green onions, thinly sliced
          2    Carrots, peeled and coarsely
          1    Red sweet pepper, chopped
          1    (8-oz.) can sliced bamboo
               Shoots, drained
          1    (6-oz.) jar mini corn on the
               Cob, drained and thinly
        1/2 c  Chopped, fresh cilantro
        1/2 lb Fresh snow peas, trimmed,
               Cut into julienne, blanched
               Then cooled in cold water,
               Lightly toasted sesame seeds
               Szechuan chili oil
    Poach and cool chicken breasts. Cut into bite-sized pieces and reserve. Cook noodles. Drain and toss into a large bowl with 1/2 cup soy sauce, then peanut oil. Cool to room temperature, occassionally stirring the noodles to coat thoroughly. Combine mayonnaise with mustard, sesame oil and the remaining 1/4 cup soy sauce and chili oil to taste. Refrigerate until ready to use. Add chicken, green onions, carrots, sweet pepper, bamboo shoots, mini corn and chopped cilantro to noodles. Mix gently. Add mayonnaise mixture and blend well. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve, preferable overnight. Just before serving add julienned snow peas, adding a little extra soy sauce and peanut oil or mayonnaise if noodles seem dry. Garnish with sesame seeds. Serves 10 to 12 as a salad. SOURCE: Cooking with Class, Jeanette Turrin.

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