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    What's for dinner?

    As our weather is cooling, overcast & the rain is starting to thoughts turned to food!

    Here's a fabulous (I think) recipe from a friend. She brought it to a pot luck a few years ago and I just got the recipe.

    Sesame Chicken Salad

    2-tbls. Asian sesame oil
    3-tbls. Soy sauce
    1-tsp. Dried red pepper
    4-tsp. Dijon mustard
    ½- cup dry white vinegar (I use rice vinegar)
    2 large cloves of garlic minced
    Juice from 1 lemon

    4-5 pounds of boneless, chicken cutlets cut into inch cubes
    Marinade chicken 3 hours or more…I always marinade over night.

    2- Cloves garlic
    3- tbls. Asian Sesame oil
    4-tbls. Sherry Vinegar or Rice Vinegar
    ½- cup Olive oil

    Using food processor puree` dressing ingredients, refrigerate until needed.

    Brown chicken in sesame oil until done. Remove from skillet. Place chicken over a bed of greens. Add dressing…and for those who can tolerate seeds I use sesame seeds to garnish the salad.
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    Re: What's for dinner?

    sounds good I going to try it

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    Re: What's for dinner?

    Oh, my, that sounds yummy!

    Especially since I am in the middle of a juice fast.... :P but in the end

    I will try that when I am done with my fast!

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