Chicken Noodle Salad is a succulent chicken pieces in a tangy marinade, combined with two different types of noodles, crunchy vegetables and fresh herbs – my chicken noodle salad is sure to tickle your tastebuds!
Chicken Noodle Salad
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I am a big fan of salads which are complete meals and my chicken noodle salad certainly fits into this category. I have created a tangy Asian-style marinade to use both for the chicken and to stir through the noodles. The marinade (or dressing) has sweet chilli, soy sauce, fish sauce and zesty lime. Two types of noodles are used in my chicken noodle salad – mainly to add extra texture and to make it interesting! I have used vermicelli rice noodles and thin egg noodles although you could easily stick to one type of noodles if you prefer.
You can really use any chicken you like for this recipe however I chose to use chicken thighs as they really hold in the flavor of a marinade and are a little more forgiving when they are pan-fried in regards to not going dry if they are cooked too long. I have used fresh and colorful vegetables in this salad – thinly sliced red cabbage, red peppers and snow peas. Mint and cilantro add a flavor kick and a lovely freshness to the salad. I love to add nuts to a salad and I have chosen cashew for my chicken noodle salad. You can add the cashews raw but you may like to roast them (or buy roasted cashews) for extra flavor.
My chicken noodle salad works great for dinner but is also a sensational lunch the next day so make sure you keep some leftovers!
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