Last week I shared with you this recipe for General Tso’s Chicken Salad as an easy homegating recipe along with a whole bunch of other info. Because we enjoy it so much & it’s sooo good, I really wanted to give it it’s own post. I think it really deserves that. Looking for Easy Family Dinner Ideas? Sometimes when I include recipes along with other content it tends to get overshadowed. That makes me sad, especially when it’s a recipe that we enjoy so much. It’s such an easy way to have a nutritious side dish or make it your main meal. The kids like to have leftovers for lunch too. Personally – I like my food to be visually interesting. So all these colors & then that pop of flavor make me happy.
Like most salads – just throw it all in there- give it a toss & it’s good to go.
I think that is why we are making this one so often – the ease & it’s soooo good
General Tso’s Chicken Salad
- 3 cups fresh baby spinach
- 1 lb General Tso's chicken - cut to bite size
- 1 cup chow mein noodles
- 1/4 cup slivered almonds
- 2 small oranges
- Add spinach, noodles,almonds & oranges to large bowl - toss
- Add chicken & sesame seeds - toss
- Add additional sesame seeds when serving
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