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9 Layer Asian Salad

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9 Layer Asian Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing #salad #summer #potluck I’ve got an old-school layer salad for you today with BIG crunch. This easy Asian Salad with Asian Salad Dressing offers a rainbow of  flavor in every last bite!

9 Layer Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing #salad #summer #potluck

When I was a little girl, I used to get really excited at the prospects of a potluck.

Whether it was a church or neighborhood affair, the thought of long tables with seemingly endless dishes, was something I would fixate on for weeks in advance.

Would there be pies and cobblers? Of course there would be.

Broccoli casserole? Fluffy Jello Salad? Homemade rolls and lemonade? Yes. Yes, of course.

Maybe even barbecued chicken legs or a baked ham!

Easy 9 Layer Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing #salad #summer #potluck

All of these things would have my head spinning with delight, as I wondered who would bring what, and if the kids would get to go through the line first.

One dish that never seemed to miss a single potluck was a big layer salad served in a large glass bowl.

The colorful bands of veggies, meat and toppings (visible on eye-level for a child) made the layer salads look so inviting, I could never resist digging right in.

I miss those old-school potlucks…

9 Layer Asian Salad + Sesame Ginger Asian Salad Dressing #salad #summer #potluck

This fabulous asian salad, stacked in beautiful bands of taste and texture, is a throwback to the good ol’ days when large groups of people came together with dishes to share.

The cool crisp veggies are complemented by layers of juicy grilled chicken, crunchy chinese noodles, and toasted almonds.

And let’s not forget the asian salad dressing…

A savory-sweet blend of sesame, honey, soy and ginger to drizzle over the whole bowl before tossing.

Fabulous 9 Layer Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing #salad #summer #potluck

This asian salad is so satisfying, you don’t really need the rest of the potluck table, but then you might miss out on a lot of fun!

Let this salad inspire you to get your neighbors together this summer.

Simple tasty dishes + good people = a lifetime of happy memories.

9 Layer Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing #salad #summer #potluck
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Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
This easy Asian Salad with Asian Salad Dressing offers a rainbow of flavor and big crunch in every last bite!
Servings: 8


For the Asian Salad:

  • 4 cups chopped romaine lettuce
  • 2 cups shredded carrots
  • 1 1/2 cups sliced radishes
  • 1 1/2 pounds grilled chicken chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups snow peas chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups crispy Chinese noodles
  • 1 cup sliced red onions
  • 1 cup sliced green onions
  • 1 cup blanched almonds or toasted and sliced

For the Asian Salad Dressing:


  • Chop and slice all the ingredients for the salad. Neatly stack the ingredients in a large glass bowl in this order: romaine, carrots, radishes, grilled chicken, snow peas, crispy Chinese noodles, red onion, green onion, almonds. If you plan to make the salad early and save for later, keep the crispy Chinese noodles separate and add as the final layer before serving.
  • To make the Asian salad dressing, place all the ingredients in a small jar. Cover the jar and shake to combine. Refrigerate until ready to serve.


Serving: 1serving, Calories: 395kcal, Carbohydrates: 23g, Protein: 33g, Fat: 19g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Cholesterol: 72mg, Sodium: 429mg, Potassium: 680mg, Fiber: 5g, Sugar: 9g, Vitamin A: 7735IU, Vitamin C: 20.9mg, Calcium: 117mg, Iron: 3.2mg
Course: Salad
Cuisine: American, Asian
Author: Sommer Collier

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  4. This needs to go on the menu soon!

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  6. This is perfect…. I already know what I’m doing with the leftover rotisserie chicken that I am buying tonight. This looks delicious! Love the flavors of the asian dressing.

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  10. I’ve made your salad several times now, as its the best when craving an Asian salad. Layering it is such a perfect presentation. The Asian dressing is the best I’ve had. It should go w/o saying other vegetables can be used in place of the ones you’ve listed (ie: broccoli slaw in place of carrots and snow peas…even ramen noodles in place of the crunchy noodles. It’s a great recipe and I thank you for it.

  11. Thanks for finally talking about >A Spicy Perspective
    Asian Salad + Asian Salad Dressing <Loved it!

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  14. This looks so refreshing! I was thinking this would be good with a lot of different types of dressings, besides the Asian. I am hving a barbecue soon for some friends, and I am going to make this salad, and possibly 3 or 4 varieties of dressing so they can pick something that suits their tastes. An avocado dressing would be great, or a creamy garlic dressing, a nice creamy and tangy lemon dressing, or a nice french dressing. So many ways to enjoy it! I love the colors of all the layers — was thinking I might put chopped cashews (salted) on top — some of my friends don’t like onions so I will have to do two versions, with and without and maybe substitute other things like chopped asparagus, or bell pepper in different colors, or sliced cucumbers. There are definitely a lot of ways to do this. Thank you for the Asian dressing, that is going to be a nice option for my barbecue.

  15. I’m making this for my small church group gathering. I love the ingredients !

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  17. That is a gorgeous bowl of color and crunch!

  18. I love layered salads and this dressing sounds amazing!

  19. That sounds so good.i won’t some Wright known.

  20. Love a good seven layer salad! This looks great!

  21. This salad looks fantastic! Sharing!

  22. This looks incredibly delicious!

  23. This sounds so good and cool. The dressing is fresh. I can’t wait to dive in and get some of each layer! That may require a large plate. LOL!


  24. Wow what a great salad, I love every layer and the dressing sounds superb!

  25. Thanks for the link up, friend! This salad looks awesome – love the colors and the layers!

  26. This salad looks AMAZING! I love layered salads and the Asian flavors are perfect!

  27. Dude, this salad is off the charts. And ditto what Liz said, love the Dijon!

  28. I think I’d eat the entire bowl full in one sitting! This looks SO good!

  29. I crave this salad at all times! Love the dijon in the dressing!

  30. Boy this looks great Sommer! Perfect for summer heat.

  31. Looks yummy! Might change out the chicken for edemame…depending on the crowd and conditions. I too miss potlucks!

  32. I used to love pot lucks too! So many side dishes to choose from. This salad looks awesome.

  33. Sommer, I remember those potlucks too. This layered salad looks awesome. Perfect for summer picnics and family gatherings. Pinned!

  34. I love it already. The flavor combinations are a sure winner!