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Asian Chicken + Papaya Salad

Serves 4

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RECIPE DETAILS
RANGE VITALITY
GROUP SALADS
SERVES 4

INGREDIENTS

Main
chicken breast (400g cooked weight, shredded)
500g
rice noodles (240g cooked weight)
80g
papaya, sliced (pepped weight)
200g
mouli peeled and sliced (pepped weight)
200g
cucumber, sliced (200g pepped weight)
250g
spring onions, sliced
6
bean sprouts
150g
carrots, peeled and grated
200g
chopped mint
25g
chopped coriander
25g
Dressing
lime juice
30ml
olive oil
33ml
toasted sesame oil
11ml
soy sauce, reduced salt
11ml
light brown muscovado sugar
10g
peeled fresh ginger, grated
15g
garlic cloves, crushed
2
red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped
2
salt
2g
Garnish
red chilli, sliced
1
spring onions, sliced
2
papaya, diced
50g

METHOD

Soak the rice noodles in warm water for about 5 minutes or until tender.
Rinse in cold water to prevent sticking, drain and chill.
Whisk all the dressing ingredients together and set aside.
Halve the cucumber and deseed.
In a large salad bowl, combine the noodles, papaya, sliced cucumber and spring onions, bean sprouts, grated carrots and herbs, add the chicken and the dressing and mix well.
Place the noodle mix into the centre of the box so that the entire bottom is covered, garnish with the chillies, spring onions and diced papaya.

KEY NUTRIENTS

Nutrient
Per 100g
% RNI
Per 451g
% RNI
Energy kJ
551
6%
2483
29%
Energy kcal
131
6%
589
29%
3.3g
4%
14.9g
21%
0.6g
3%
2.5g
12%
3.1g
3%
14.0g
15%
0.25g
4%
1.13g
18%
Protein
8.8g
-
39.4g
-
Carbohydrates
16.4g
-
74.0g
-

Reference: Intake of an Average Adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)

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