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    Default Sweet Tomatoes - Won Ton Chicken Happiness Salad

    I am desperately looking for the recipe for this salad or just the dressing. Has anyone come across this anywhere?

    thanks
    JB

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    is this from a particular restraunt?

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    Sweet Tomatoes is the name of the resturant.. I did a extensive search .. and got nothing.

    hope someone helps ya!

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    I found this one - it's a CopyCat, maybe you can try it and then refine to your taste:

    BB's Oriental Chicken Salad

    DressingThese are aprox. measurements, you can adjust to your taste)
    1/2 cup honey
    1/3 cup rice vinegar
    1/4 cup peanut butter
    1/2-1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
    1/4 teaspoon salt

    Blend well. This makes enough to serve about 8.

    Salad:
    Shredded Napa (Chinese) Cabbage
    Hearts of Romaine Lettuce (Broken in small pieces)
    Shredded cooked chicken* (For this amount of dressing I use about 3-4 breasts)
    I also add a small amount of shredded carrots and some sesame seeds

    Won Ton Skins cut in aprox. 1/4 inch pieces and deep fried until golden brown and crispy. (You can use crispy chow mein noodles instead however Sweet Tomatoes uses won tons...well..that's what I think they are)

    I mix some of the dressing with the chicken, (enough to coat it real well), and let it set a bit for the flavors to mingle...then I toss the salad ingredients together with the chicken....drizzle desired amount of dressing on salad sprinkle the fried won ton pieces...gently toss and serve! Hope you like it!!

    * You can prepare the chicken anyway you like....I simply cover the chicken in chicken broth, season with pepper, bring to a boil,lower heat and simmer until done and tender. Drain well and shred with fork.

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